|The entrance to Dragon Hill spa has a charming and inviting atmosphere.|
|Wearing funny sheep head towels and spa outfits is a must.|
|Two of the pyramid dry sauna rooms, one is made of bijou.|
|Where you leave your shoes.|
The separated sauna sections are by far my favorite part of the spa. There are over eight different hot tubs inside, and there are even more located outside. There is also a steam room that has so much detail it makes you feel like Queen Min. When your finished with the wet portion of the sauna head back downstairs to floor 1. Wear your cool gym outfit provided by the spa, and make sure to ask someone how to twist your towel into the famous sheep head (양머리, yeong mori) or just click on the you tube video here.
|Where men and women separate from each other.|
|The common area at Dragon Hill Spa.|
|Hanging out in the ice room is nice after the dry saunas.|
Make sure to eat before going to the spa unless you want to spend money on expensive and mediocre food. Many people spend hours at the spa, so they can charge a high price for food because you cannot leave the spa and return once you have entered. Although the food isn't that good, I recommend trying two traditional Korean drinks while venturing through the spa to stay hydrated. Sikhye is a traditional sweet rice drink that is made fresh at the spa and is not from a can. Also try out the gamsikcho which is literally a drink made of vinegar and persimmons. Both drinks are refreshing and delicious to sip on while in the piping hot dry sauna rooms.
|A peak inside of one of the dry saunas.|
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