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Dragon Hill Spa

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Tourist friendly

Went during a Sunday nite, not crowded but with a few min group of tourists around. English signage... read more

Reviewed November 9, 2017
sylalim
via mobile
Fun Experience, Decent Price

If you're looking to check out a traditional Korean spa while you're in Seoul, I highly recommend... read more

Reviewed November 9, 2017
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40, Hangang-daero 21nagil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul 04378, South Korea
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Reviewed November 10, 2017

first visit to a Korean spa just for the experience and it wasn't a let down. had a lot of fun. there were numerous facilities available for all ages. gaming and arcade zone, spa and wellness packages to relax and enjoy a nice massage. a...More

Date of experience: November 2017
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Reviewed November 9, 2017 via mobile

Went during a Sunday nite, not crowded but with a few min group of tourists around. English signage which made it easy for tourists to understand.

Date of experience: November 2017
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Reviewed November 9, 2017

If you're looking to check out a traditional Korean spa while you're in Seoul, I highly recommend it. There was a nice mix of services and pools to try. The arcade area and snack bar are awesome, and provide a pretty legit experience. I had...More

Date of experience: June 2017
1  Thank 533beckyr
Reviewed November 2, 2017

it was my first visit to this sauna as recommended by my guesthouse host..i like the water temperature and mostly the tea herbal pool.it was a nice experience as newbie in korea.

Date of experience: December 2016
Thank AkoSiEdenT
Reviewed October 14, 2017 via mobile

I enjoyed the multitude of saunas and various pools at this multi-floor location, however the cleanliness is not the best. Considering it is open 24 hours and the amount of guests they receive it is understandable. This is also a place for local families where...More

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed October 3, 2017

I have lived in Korea for two years and this spa is mediocre at best...dirty, outdated and uncomfortable at worst. There is very little natural light and a ton of flashy showroom lighting making it feel more like a Vegas casino and less like a...More

Date of experience: October 2017
8  Thank Tricia H
Reviewed September 16, 2017

Sauna culture is common around the world — including the Japanese onsen and Turkish hammam — but the South Korean variety, a jjimjilbang, is an entire industry unto itself. These 24-hour spas are everywhere in Seoul – like starbucks. You pay a flat fee for...More

Date of experience: March 2017
1  Thank pauljer
Reviewed September 10, 2017

So, if I said we need a Korean spa in Wisconsin, what do you immediately think of? Bath house, massage parlor, seedy alternative lifestyle of some sort? If so you are going to totally miss a great day trip that we need to get into...More

Date of experience: September 2017
3  Thank Marty R
Reviewed August 27, 2017

My mom and I went to the Dragon Hill Spa (which is by the way open 24 hours) late at night and we ordered one of the packages which included a facial scrub and full body massage. It was definitely pricey but well worth. After...More

Date of experience: August 2017
1  Thank 196jasminey
Reviewed August 12, 2017 via mobile

This place used to be my favorite. It's been around for many years. With so many activities under one roof, I would have given this place at least four stars until yesterday. The entrance fee is around $14. The body scrub by itself is $20....More

Date of experience: August 2017
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There are lockers inside where you change your clothes, they are big but not enough to put big suitcases. If you have big pieces of luggage they can keep them for you at the entrance.
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LeanaOmar
Singapore, Singapore
Seoul itinerary. :) (3 Replies)
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|
Response fromethelman2|
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.
HoyuE
Singapore, Singapore
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|
Response fromoctopusmum|
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
octopusmum
Singapore
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|
Response fromreclat|
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 :).