Namsan cable car is an aerial tramway in Seoul. Built in 1962, it spans from the Hoehyeon-dong platform to the Yejang-dong platform near the top of Mt. Namsan and the N Seoul Tower. It is the first commercial cable car service for passengers in Korea.The length of the cable is 605 metres. The altitude difference of 138 metres makes a gradient of 13°. The cabins move at a speed of 3.2 m/s. The transit between platforms takes about three minutes.An elevator, opened in June 2009 by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, operates from near the entrance of Namsan Tunnel Three up to the cable car station. It runs along the slope of Namsan with a capacity for 20 passengers to provide better access for the disabled and senior citizens.Download Download See more
The cable car runs every 10 minutes. However, sometimes maintenance requirements or bad weather force the cable car to run once every 15 to 20 minutes.
Get there early in the morning to avoid crowds.
Adults (Roundtrip): 9,500 KRW
Adults (One-way): 7,000 KRW
Children, Senior (Roundtrip): 6,500 KRW
Children, Senior (One-way): 4,000 KRW