Trip Korea with children

I will introduce some good places to visit for people who trip Korea with children.

There are many other famous places besides the places I introduce, but I mainly recommend the places that are most loved by travelers and Koreans.

Among them, today I will tell you about places in Seoul.

Seoul is a city with so many things to do, eat, and see.

There are also various places to enjoy with children, and I will recommend the representative places among them.

If you want to use public transportation or taxi to the places I introduce, please refer to my article.

Lotte World

Lotte World in Seoul

Lotte World is located in Jamsil, Songpa-gu, Seoul, and operates from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm, and there are no days off throughout the year. So, travelers can visit and enjoy it at any time.

Lotte World is a great place especially for kids, with over 40 rides that everyone from kids to adults can enjoy. Children’s fairy tale theater and samba carnival parade are held.

As a tip, we recommend avoiding weekends or national holidays to visit.

The usage fee for Lotte World is as follows.

1 DayPrice
Adult62,000 won
Teenager54,000 won
Children 47,000 won
baby15,000 won
It’s the usage fee for Lotte world for 1 day.
After 4 (Available after 4pm)Price
Adult50,000 won
Teenager43,000 won
Children 36,000 won
baby15,000 won

This is the usage fee available after 4pm.

Lotte World Aquarium

There is an aquarium operated by Lotte World, one of the favorite places for children, located a 10-minute walk from Lotte World introduced above.

The aquarium features an ocean-like tank design and 55,000 sea creatures of 650 species.

Lotte World Aquarium is a great place for children because you can see creatures from all five oceans around the world and walk from river to coast and from coast to sea to see a variety of creatures.

The operating hours of Lotte World Aquarium are from 10 am to 8 pm, and it is open 7 days a week.

The fee is KRW 35,000 for adults and youth and KRW 29,000 for children and senior citizens.

Namsan Seoul Tower

Namsan Tower is one of Seoul’s representative landmarks, and you can see all of Seoul from its observatory.

This is one of the most popular places for foreigners these days.

Namsan Tower is open from 10:30 am to 10:30 pm on weekdays and from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm on weekends.

The Namsan Tower itself is free, but you have to pay to climb the tower’s observation deck.

The fee is 21,000 won for adults and 16,000 won for children.

If your goal is to go up to the Namsan Tower observatory and see the panoramic view of Seoul, one tip is to go in the evening on a sunny day.

And walking up Namsan Tower is good, but I recommend taking the cable car in summer or winter!!