When the Arctic waters come in contact with the cold glaciers, new mineral bands are formed from the minerals that do not mix with the surface water due to the difference in temperature and density. These mineral bands flow into the East Sea after circulating in the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean for thousands of years. DSW is water of the highest quality that contains essential minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
DSW or deep ocean water (DOW) refers to the water present in the deep sea at least 200m below sea level where sunlight cannot reach. Goseong DSW, rich in dissolved oxygen, circulates the deep waters of the East Sea for 300~700 years, and is recognized as clean and beneficial DSW by oceanographers worldwide.