Korea's tallest building, the new Lotte World Tower skyscraper, has attracted more than 10 million visitors in the 100 days since it opened.
An average of 120,000 people visited the 123-story tower and mall every day since its opening on April 3, Lotte Corporation said Tuesday.
Seoul Sky, the observatory on the 118th floor, has drawn 450,000 visitors so far, and more than 3 million moviegoers visited the cinema in the building last year, another record for the country.
"Sales at the Lotte Tower mall excluding the duty-free shop have increased over 20 percent on-year since it fully opened in April," Lotte said. "It seems that the new landmark has contributed to attracting more visitors and boosting sales of outlets."