Jjimjilbang Adventure in Seoul

This is a very late post. Hehe! Last September I invited my younger sister to come to Seoul for a vacation as my birthday present for her. No trip to Seoul would be complete without a trip to one of its thousands of public bathhouses and jjimjilbangs or Korean-style saunas. So I took her to my favorite jjimjilbang in the city, Dragon Hill Spa which is located in Yongsan, Seoul. I’m glad she enjoyed the whole experience.  It was actually my first time to go to the jjimjilbang with a female companion ‘coz I usually go there alone or with my husband Andy. I actually don’t like going with someone (female) I know because I’m not comfortable exposing myself naked. Hahaha!

While we were taking a bath and scrubbing each other’s back, memories of our childhood came back to mind. When we were very little, our mama used to bath us together at once to save time. And we would argue who would get shampooed first. Me! Me! Me! Hehe! 🙂

Here are some photos we took for remembrance…








I made a more detailed blog post about Dragon Hill Spa last year. You can check it out here! 🙂

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12 thoughts on “Jjimjilbang Adventure in Seoul

  1. Me I cant tell the difference btn u two cute ladies. I cant tell whois Korean and whois Phillipino. Most importanty you are all gorgeous.

    I would love to visit Korea too in shaa Allah. My brother has lived in Seoul for a long time and he recently returned and has been telling me about Koreab people and how friendly they are and has made me want to visit. Am planning during December holidays to spare time to visit.

    Love u all.

    am in East Africa/Kigali Rwanda.


  2. How are you Dear ? Im cambodia i like Koreans people.I want to play with you I like them very. Would you like
    to visit ? If you have time to visit I remember okay ?


  3. I have been reading through your blog and watched some your videos in YT. I would love to visit Korea as I have been watching k -dramas too in my spare time. I also would love to learn how to speak Korean..hehe.. I’m originally from the Philippines too but now currently based in the US. keep up the good work 🙂


      • You’re welcome. I enjoy reading your blog..How long did it take you to speak fluent Korean? Also, hope you don’t mind me asking.. I would like to compliment you..your skin is really nice, smooth and white.. you actually have the “korean” look that I’m so envious of. Maybe you can blog about your skin secret/regimen. Any reviews of Korean beauty products that are good and worth trying.. 🙂


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