My first sentence here would typically be... "Building 63 is the tallest building in Korea", but, before we get started, I must inform you that hubby and I are disagreeing on something. The travel books all say Building 63 is the tallest building in Korea, so I am in agreement with. Somehow hubby thinks he knows better than all the travel guides and the internet, and he says Building 63 is not the tallest building in Korea. He does not know which building is taller; he just 'knows' there is one out there. I did find that there is a 'proposal' to build a Lotte World II in Busan, but it hasn't even started being built yet. So, back to my blog:
Building 63 is the tallest building in Korea. It is host to an aquarium, named SEAWORLD, with over 20,000 different types of fish, an IMAX theatre, many restaurants, and the 60th floor is an observatory. We went to the aquarium in Building 63 last week. We had a great time! The aquarium is a great place to take children of all ages, and the price is pretty reasonable. 3 & under is free, 4-12 = 11,000 won, teens 13-18 = 12,000 won & adults are 15,000 won. You can get a discount if you choose to do 2 or more things, aquarium, observatory & or IMAX.
Here are some pictures of our day:
This floor was a little freaky! Boy 3 would not walk on it.
The kids really loved the sea otter exhibit and the sea lion show. The sea otters had a hamster type cage, with tubes running all over the place, and the sea lion show was so much fun, even though it was in Korean, we understood what was going on. The sea lions had a play ground in their tank, complete with swings, basketball hoops and a couple of slides!
I've told my kids not to play with snakes, but only Boy 3 listens to me. He was the only one that would not go near the snake!
All in all it was a very fun afternoon. If you live here you should take your kids on one of these dreary cold days!