|Namsan Octagonal Pavilion (남산 팔각정)|
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|Originally known as Unamjeong Pavilion, the pvailion was built to comemorate Lee Seung-mahn in 1959, was demolished by the 4.19 movement in 1960, and then rebuilt on November 11, 1968.
This pavilion now sits atop Namsan Mountain, with views covering the entirity of Seoul below.
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|Namsan Shuttle Bus
- No. 02
Namsan Library / Hanok Village / Chungmuro Station (Exit 2, 4) / Dongguk University Station (Exit 6)/ National Theater
- No. 03
Seoul Station, Seoul Square/ HoeHyeon Station / Namsan Tunnel no. 3 / Itaewon Station (Exit 4) / Yongsan-gu Office
- No. 05
Namsan Library / Namdaemun Market / Chungmuro Station (Exit 2, 4) / Hanok Village / Dongguk University Station (Exit 6)/ National Theater