LG Gangnam Tower

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LG Gangnam Tower
General information
Type Office, performing arts, art hall hotel, retail, restaurants
Location Seoul, South Korea
Coordinates 37°30′09″N 127°02′15″E / 37.502423°N 127.037589°E / 37.502423; 127.037589Coordinates: 37°30′09″N 127°02′15″E / 37.502423°N 127.037589°E / 37.502423; 127.037589
Completed 1997
Technical details
Floor count 38
Design and construction
Architect Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP

LG Gangnam Tower (Korean GS타워), also called LG Kangnam Building, is a 38-story (173 meters) modern skyscraper located in the Gangnam-gu area of Seoul, South Korea.

Part of the corporate headquarters for LG Corp, a major Korean conglomerate, the building was completed in 1997 and is a mixed-use facility consisting of an art hall, performing arts theatre, corporate exhibition hall, offices, retail, restaurants, health club and parking.

Given the LG Arts Center’s location within the building and urban neighbourhood, close to the Seoul subway lines and major roads it was designed to provide a soundproof space.[2]


  1. ^ "LG Gangnam Tower". Emporis. Retrieved 2010-06-14. 
  2. ^ "LG Arts Hall website". 2008-12-29. Retrieved 2010-06-14. 

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