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Nam San - Seoul Tower

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Hidden : 3/4/2007
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is top of Nam San(South Mt.) near base of Seoul Tower.

Nam San is central area of Seoul.
You can see best city-view at the top of this mountain.
Seoul Tower is a landmark that is 479.7 m(1,574 ft) height above sea level. (tower is 236.7 m, base is 243 m)

How to get there.
1. Cable Car(37-33.377, 126-59.046)
500 meters from gate 3 of Myeongdong St. on Subway Line 4.
one-way 5,500 won. round-trip 7,000 won for adult.

2. Shuttle Bus (See photo. No. 02 Yellow bus)
Gate 2 of Chungmuro St. on Subway Line 3&4. 550 won. at intervals of 5~8 min.

This is a micro cache as small and thin plastic box with magnetic to attach. You need a pen to LOG.
There are many muggles all the time near cache's spot, please carefully handling when you pick and replace it.
Slowly picking it(must Slide due to magnetic force) when you found and touched it by your fingers to prevent
you suddenly drop it down.
You must follow the "down" mark when you replace it, the cover of cache should not be open accidentally.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybbx pybfryl gur fznyy ubyr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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