Have you heard about Jjimjilbang? Jjimjilbang is one of the famous-unique-mandatory activities to try in Korea as it’s originally from there. So as an exchange student that’s staying for 4 months in Korea, me and my friends put Jjimjilbang in our bucketlist.
Luckily, on some occasion, I met Hyoung-jun Choi (the Director of Sejong Club) and Suyoung Kwak (the Communications Team Manager of Dragon Hill Spa & Resort) and got the opportunity to have a fully sponsored entertainment experience in the best Jjimjilbang place in Seoul, The Dragon Hill Spa & Resort (http://www.dragonhillspa.com/)
*Jjimjilbang = A large, gender-segregated public bathhouse in Korea, furnished with hot tubs, showers, Korean traditional kiln saunas and massage tables (source: wikipedia)
We take the Exit No.1 from KTX Station or Yongsan Subway Station (Line No.1) and walk for about one minute to the right side of the station. Dragon Hill Spa & Resort is located just beside the Yongsan Station and the I’Park Mall.
It’s surprisingly so comfy and relaxing, while at the same time makes us more healthy because we’re sweating without doing anything. By the way, if you want to have a quality time with someone this is a good idea haha because its too hot to bring your phone inside so you can just have a good conversation (but I still bring my phone inside :p).