Hyperion Tower

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Night skyline of the Hyperion Towers in Seoul, South Korea

The Hyperion Tower (Korean: 하이페리온 타워), also known as the Mok-dong Hyperion Towers, is a group of three buildings located in the Yangcheon-gu district of Seoul, South Korea, completed in 2003. The tallest of which, Tower A, is 69 storeys and 312 metres (1,024 feet) high, making it the second tallest building in Seoul and the world's 214th tallest building. The towers are used as residential housing. Tower A is the world's 19th tallest residential building. Below the building is the Hyundai Department store, a chain of high end department stores in South Korea. At the time of its completion, the building was the tallest in the country but was surpassed by Samsung Tower Palace 3 – Tower G in 2004.

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The hyperion's B1~B2,1~7 floor is department store, and B3~B6 is parking lot, 9~65 floor is residential area.

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Coordinates: 37°31′38.30″N 126°52′28.25″E / 37.5273056°N 126.8745139°E / 37.5273056; 126.8745139