63 Building in Seoul
There are numerous buildings in Seoul – from concrete to metal buildings – but one skyscraper stands out from the rest. It is simply called the “63 Building” – it has 63 floors!
On the last Sunday of March, we attempted to visit the attractions in the building. KEB (Korea Exchange Bank) offered its credit cardholders a huge discount on the 63 Building’s “Big 3” ticket that month. Too bad that when we got there, we had to wait almost two hours just to get a ticket. We gave up so we just bought some bread and coffee from Eric Kayser located at the ground floor of the building. Their breads and pastries are pricey but worth it!
Across 63 Building is one of the numerous Han-gang parks. That’s where we parked our small car. We just took out the mat that we always keep in the car and we had an instant picnic. Hopefully, KEB will offer 10,000 won tickets to the 63 Building again so we could visit the Wax Museum, Aquarium and watch a musical. This month, KEB’s 10,000 won surprise is for Lotte World.