The wax museum is probably one of the biggest crowd pullers, as there is a remarkable collection of many noteworthy public figures from the King of Rock and Roll to Hollywood stars recreated from a mixture of paraffin and honey. There is probably nothing more fascinating for the children than the 63 Seaworld that holds over 20,000 sea creatures with vivid colours and shades frolicking amongst the water in about 80 tanks. The centre, which is focused on being a focal point of education of marine life, also holds some fabulous entertainment items like performances by the harbour seal as well as by sea lions.
There is nothing quite like the view from the top of the 63 building. The glass elevators shoot up passing panoramic views of the city to reach the world’s highest art museum – the 63 Sky Art Gallery. The vibrancy of the Sky Art Café is all yours to savour a delicious cup of coffee while glancing over the cityscape drawn out beautifully below you. Although one may not quite see from the top, the truth is that the city is sprinkled with some great Seoul serviced apartments. A traveller who is in Seoul for either business or pleasure can always find their whims satisfied at Somerset Palace Seoul. With an extensive array of modern amenities, a well equipped kitchen as well as meeting rooms, business rooms, a pool and gym, it is one Seoul apartment complex that can please a wide range of visitors with its modern comforts and versatility.