COEX Aquarium, Discovering that the aquarium in Jeju Island is really beautiful

513, Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul (Samseong-dong)
All the children are preschoolers
Fish of various species are plentiful and incredibly delicious
The rich marine ecology is fully displayed here
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Introduction

COEX Aquarium is one of the oldest and most distinctive aquariums in Korea. It has 40 tour tanks and over 140 feeding tanks, housing over 6,000 species of marine life, totaling more than 40,000 individuals. Each tank is divided into six zones, and visitors can enjoy the beautiful underwater world through an underwater tunnel. In addition, the entrance of the aquarium showcases artifacts and a mysterious atmosphere of the Inca Empire, while the Amazon Adventure Hall features rare tropical freshwater fish, adorable otters, and astonishing marine creatures like sharks and axolotls. The World Ocean Hall presents stunning landscapes from California coast, Mediterranean, Antarctic, Arctic, and more, with dozens of predatory sharks, giant sea turtles, and countless fascinating marine fish, giving visitors a sense of being in the real ocean. Visitors can have a closer encounter with small sharks and other fish at the Petting Grass Exhibit, and explore the mysterious world of deep-sea creatures like large crabs and octopuses at the Deep Sea Mystery Hall. Finally, at the Western restaurant in the aquarium, visitors can enjoy a variety of seafood dishes, immerse themselves in the mysterious atmosphere of the sea, and have a wonderful time with the fish.
Address
513, Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul (Samseong-dong)
Opening hours
10:00-20:00, admission ends one hour before closing.
Transportation
You can take Subway Line 2 and get off at Samseong Station. Take Exit 5 or 6 to enter COEX Mall directly.