Visiting Busan Tower: What to Expect & How to Get Cheap Tickets


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  • Busan Tower may only be half the size of N Seoul Tower, but it’s the best way to see the city’s nearby attractions and coast.
  • The best time to visit is at night, which is when you can see the locale light up!
  • Busan Tower tickets regularly cost ₩8,000 or $6.9 each, but you can book one here at a discounted price of ₩6,900 or $5.9!

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Busan Tower Experience

Standing 120m tall, Busan Tower may be dwarfed by N Seoul Tower (236m) and Daegu’s E-World 83 Tower (202m), but the attraction packs one of the best experiences that any visitor could have in Busan. Aside from the 360-degree view from the observatory, you’ll get to enjoy the immersive Window Mapping Show at night and the interactive media displays on the first few floors.

Small and mighty.

Below I’ve listed more things that you can expect, but if you haven’t booked a Busan Tower ticket yet, check out this deal:

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What to Expect in Busan Tower

Busan Tower was built in 1973 and is located in the middle of 16 popular attractions. From the 5th floor observatory, you’ll be able to spot Jagalchi Market, Gamcheon Culture Village, Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, and Haeundae, among so many cultural spots.

But before heading up, make sure to spend time on Busan Tower’s first two floors. Here you will find the Projection Room that displays interactive media art, as well as the Trick Art Room, which features a 2D exhibit that’ll amp up your Instagram feed. You can also visit the Tag Live Wall, which shows a bit of Busan Tower’s history in a very exciting way.

Now, let’s move up the Busan Tower Observatory! If you plan to visit during the day, then I’m sure you’ll fall in love with the view of the city and the surrounding waters. (Some travelers say the view here is better than N Seoul’s!)

Of course, should you decide to visit in the evening (which I personally recommend), you’ll marvel at the city skyline that looks romantic and magnificent. I really liked the Window Mapping Show, which is an immersive augmented reality display that features the surrounds in a very colorful way. Here’s a teaser so you can have an idea:

Finally, you can make the most of your time in Busan Tower by visiting the adjoining Octagonal Pavilion. Here you will find the Korean coffee chain A Twosome Place, VIPS Burger, and a snack bar.

Octagonal Pavilion.

To know more about the attraction, check out the reviews of WAUG users who booked their Busan Tower tickets below:

Busan Tower: Entrance Fee & Ticket Deals

Get a discount on your Busan Tower tickets!

The entrance fee for Busan Tower is ₩8,000 or $6.9, but you can purchase your ticket online for only ₩6,900 or $5.9. Here are the steps:

  1. Log in or sign up for an account here. (Click the floating coupon to get an extra $3 or ₩3,000 discount coupon.)
  2. Proceed to the booking page of Busan Tower Ticket here.
  3. Choose the date of your visit and provide the other information.
  4. Check out using your Visa, Mastercard, or AMEX.*
  5. Wait for your voucher/s that we’ll send through the WAUG app, which you can download here.

*Is your method-of-payment issued in South Korea? You can switch the page’s currency to KRW so you can see the other local payment options, like phone payment.

Location & Hours of Busan Tower

Busan Tower is located in 1-2 Gwangbok-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Busan. They are open from 11am-9pm on weekdays, 10am-10pm on Saturdays, and 10am-9pm on Sundays. Last entry is strictly 30 minutes before closing time.

Enjoy your trip to Busan

Aside from Busan Tower, also consider adding getting a roundtrip ticket for the scenic Songdo Marine Cable Car and the Busan Trick Eye Museum!

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