|63 Sea World|
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|63 SeaWorld features 20,000 marine creatures of 400 different species. Coral reefs, penguins, seals, dolphins, 2-meter-long crabs, and more are exhibited in 54 aquariums and 26 special aquariums. One of the highlights of the collection is its Coelacanth fish
(pronounced "see-la-kanth"), a prehistoric fish once thought to be extinct.
Coelacanth originated 350 million years ago, and their mysterious existence
today as a “living fossil” continues to fascinate scientists.
In the exhibition halls, located throughout two basement floors, you can watch a synchronized swimming show featuring former national synchronized swimmers moving among beautiful fish and sharks. Also waiting to delight visitors are a ‘Dr. Fish’ foot massage and some amphibians and reptiles, including lizards and anacondas. Throughout the day are a variety of shows including a seal show, a fur seals show, a sea princess show, and a penguin feeding show. Check out the show times so you don’t miss an interesting show.
|10:00~22:00 (Last admission at 21:30)|
|* Adult 15,000won/
Youth 13,000won/ Children 11,000won
- The elderly (ages 65 or more) are subject to the Youth admission fee.
- Free admision for babies (under 48 months)
- 30% discount for the handicapped
|Free for less than 1 hour|
|By Subway + Free Shuttle Bus
Daebang station (subway line1), Exit 6
Take the Free Shuttle or bus no.62
Yeouinaru Station (subway line no. 5), Exit 4
Walk toward the intersection and turn left to walk to the bus stop
Take the Free Shuttle across Sambu APT, 80m away from exit 4
Yeoido station (subway line 5), Exit 5
Take the Free Shuttle or bus no.62 in front of St. Mary’s Hospital Platform
Take bus no. 362, 261, 5633, 7611, 5534, 62, 9409 and get off at ’63 building’