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First let me say I'm a big fan of sauna's/spas. I live in HK and I try the ones in Shenzhen often and have also been to ones on holidays in Tokyo, Bangkok and Philippines. So having this background I need to say I was...More
KRW 10,000 just for entru to the most amazing array of spas, saunas, steam rooms, cold baths, showers, massages, treatments, haircuts, games and internet access. A little gubby inside but you'll not be worried about that as you'll be uber relaxed, KRW 130,000 for a...More
I went here twice in 6 days with my husband and brother. We only meant to stay for a few hours, but somehow, we just did as everyone else did and wake up realizing we'd been there for nine hours! Maybe it was lovely covered...More
I had 12 hours to kill in Seoul and heard about this place on a traveler's website. Went here and had a great time.
It has a common area, a men's area and a women's area. The common area has a pool, restaurant, snack bar,...More
The best way to get there is to take Subway No 4 to Sinyongsan Station and take Exit 3. Once you are above ground, keep walking for about 50 meters and turn right at the corner. Walk 100 meters and you come to a traffic...More
I love the jimjilbangs of Korea. My boyfriend and I have lived in Korea for a year and whenever we travel around in Korea, we spend the night at a jimjilbang (spa).
When we were in Seoul, we stayed at the Dragon Hill Spa to...More
First advice, don't go on a Sunday afternoon...that seems to be "family day" with lots of kids running around
Overall, this was neat to see. As an American, this is nothing to compare this to at home, unless you took a Chuck E Cheese and...More
Hi I am travelling to Seoul on 4th to 10th of December arriving Seoul on the 5th.I have planned my itinerary as follow. Can anyone give me any advise on whether I should change or add anything to it. Any tips and hotspots that I should look out for. Thanks a bunch! :) 5th : Arrival at 0730hrs, put luggage at hotel . Dragon Hill Spa - Myeongdong - Check in - N-seoul Tower. 6th : Gyeongbokgung Palace - Gwanghwamun Square - Insadong - Bosingak - Seoul City bus tour - Namdaemun 7th :...More
November 28, 2013|
think COEX mall is a bit of a waste to be honest. It's out of the area and at present bits are being rebuilt, I think. Everland is well out of town; I wouldn't couple with Itaewon, and in fact don't see any real attraction in Itaewon unless you're filling time up.
Dragon Hill Spa Admission fee (3 Replies)
Anyone know what does the Admission fee to the Dragon Hill spa cover ? 1) Does it include entry to jjimjilbang facilities? 2) How much does it cost to enjoy the sauna facilities, such as the hot water bath ?
September 22, 2011|
HI i am also thinking of visiting dragon hill spa! okay, from what i gathered from blogs, forums etc, you have to pay a fixed entrance of 10000 won. you can enjoy the faciliities like their different kinds of bath, hot water soaks etc but if you want to go for massage or nail services, you have to pay extra. but i don't know how much... regards
Dragon hill spa queries (3 Replies)
HI would like to find out: do we have to bring our own towels and toiletries when we visit the spa? thks
December 12, 2011|
I'd recommend to bring your own toiletries, don't forget your body scrub (ddae) to remove the dead skin on your body. If you don't like the idea of bringing your own toiletries, you may purchase this at the spa. Don't worry about the towels, they'll provide two towels and change clothes (t-shirt & short) upon paying your admission fee Enjoy :).