Dragon Hill Spa Seoul
The walkway up to the entrance - Chris Backe
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This is one of the first ‘jimjilbang’ (spas) to be hunted down by expats and tourists and is probably one of the most well known spas in Korea. Look in the stairwells for dozens of autographed pictures from Korean celebrities enjoying their stay.

A five minute walk from Yongsan's subway and train station, Dragon Hill offers multiple floors of their large building for each gender's private use. Check out the massage area - sports, Thai, and stone massage are just a few offerings.

There is also a family friendly outdoor swimming pool, heaps of different baths and pools to cleanse and invigorate you, and a Korean restaurant serving the biggest portions of dongkass (pork cutlet) we have ever seen!!

This spa is huge and you can easily spend all day in its many different areas. A great place to come with friends for the day, or with your family – an arcade area with games will also keep the kiddies entertained. Couples will also enjoy themselves here as there are many communal areas, including sleeping rooms, where you can spend time with your partner. As with most jimjilbangs, this can also be a budget place to spend the night – as long as you don’t mind a bit of snoring!