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[Busan Travel] Busan X The Sky – The tallest observation tower in Busan

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We didn’t use the Visit Busan Pass in the Haeundae Blue Line Park as we want to take the Sky Capsule, but if you use the pass to take the coastal train, you can still get off at Mipo Station.

After getting off the sky capsule, walk straight for about 6 minutes to the Busan X The Sky observation tower.

And then we used the pass at X The Sky, and we only used the pass for the first time when we exchanged tickets from here.

We bought a 48-hour pass, and it starts at 10:31 on March 3rd, and it ends at 10:30 on March 5th, so we can use it until the morning of day 3.

I have called before to check that the use of the transportation card function will not start counting 24/48 hours, so we have used the 6,000 won pre-charged transportation fee before activating the card.

Let’s briefly introduce Busan X The Sky.

Although Busan X The Sky opened in July 2020, due to the pandemic, it is the newest observation tower in Busan!

It is located on the 98th to 100th floors of the LCT Land Mark Tower, the second tallest building in Korea at 411.6 meters.

The day we went was Friday, there were no people that day, and it was only me and my friend who exchanged tickets and waited for the elevator, which was super cool!!

When I used to go to Lotte Tower in Seoul, the elevator was almost full, but I didn’t expect to be able to take the whole elevator XDD in Busan

The animation of the elevator is more or less the same as that of Lotte Tower, both are the concept of flying upward, but full of marine elements, and the background is based on the theme of Busan Haeundae, so that it can heal~

In less than 1 minute, the elevator will reach the 100th floor, which has an art space, observation deck, glass bridge and photo sales area.

As you can see from the floor plan, the whole building is X-shaped, which is why it was named Busan X The Sky.

The 99th floor is a restaurant and café and a sky garden.

On the 98th floor, there is a photo sales area, souvenir shop, electronic message area, staircase rest area and café.

On the whole, it is very good, and unlike the cityscape of Lotte Tower in Seoul, the sea view of Haeundae here does not feel surrounded by too many high-rise buildings, and it has a more relaxed feeling.

  • Address: 30, Dalmaji-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan
  • Nearby subway stations: Jungdong Station 중동역, Haeundae Station 해운대역
  • Business hours 10:00~21:00
    *On-site ticket offices open from 10 minutes before closing to 30 minutes before closing*


  • Infants (under 36 months): Free of charge
  • Children (3~12 years old): 24,000 won
  • Adults (13 years old and older): 27,000 won
  • Seniors (over 65 years old): 24,000 won

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