Recommended popular Korean saunas

Whether in Korean movies, TV dramas, or variety shows, you must have seen this scene: men and women of all ages lying in a "bathhouse" wearing yukatas. Yes, this is the daily life of a Korean sauna!

Lei tai yuan sweat steaming curtain

The biggest feature of the Land Hansteam Sauna in Itaewon is that it is built to look like an observatory by stacking layers of yellow soil and pyrite. It can be said to be a characteristic of Seoul's saunas in Korea, where many celebrities have visited. This is also where Hyun Bin filmed "Secret Garden." Pros: fewer people and more room to play. Cons: the sauna is a little old, but the overall environment is still good. It's not very large, and there aren't many facilities, but it has everything it needs. There is a restaurant, a convenience store, and you can even stay overnight and have a great experience.
Here is one of the top sauna centers in Korea, with a variety of sauna rooms, hot springs, and outdoor swimming areas! The admission fee for Guryongsauna is 11,000 Korean won, equivalent to over 60 Chinese yuan. It is affordable yet luxurious and famous, so there are quite a lot of people (both tourists and locals). What does the admission fee include? You can stay inside for 12 hours, with an additional hour costing 1,000 won. Apart from massages, beauty services, dining, gaming, shopping, and phone charging, everything else is free. This means that bathing, hot springs, swimming, watching movies, various sauna rooms, and even sleeping are all free. The charged services are also not expensive. Some of the saunas have very high temperatures, so you can challenge yourself by staying for a few minutes until you are drenched in sweat, then you can come out. The feeling of sweating is refreshing, but you can also buy a sweet rice soup with a rich tea egg to make yourself even more refreshed.

Seoul sealala khan steam curtain

I went to this shop because I saw it recommended by backpackers, and I wasn't disappointed. Sealala has a water park suitable for all ages, as well as traditional Korean sauna, steam rooms, and spas. The service is good, and it's a great place for leisure and entertainment. However, the entrance fee is 7,000 won, and you have to pay 1,000 won for the key to get your clothes when you enter. Then all expenses are paid through the key, and you settle the bill when you leave. There are five pools here, and although they are quite large, there are also a lot of people. After soaking in the bath, you can go to the public area, where there are four different temperature saunas to choose from based on your personal comfort level.

Forest han fang paradise sweat steam screen

"The Forest Hanfang Park sweat steaming room is a place that combines healing and cultivation, allowing people to easily experience a healthy Korean medicine experience. Using natural oak wood to make fire for heating, the sweat steaming room, charcoal kiln, and healthy Korean herbal steam in the three-warm sauna will purify your body and mind."

Rodong khan steam curtain in Seoul

Hanseongmak, located adjacent to Insadong and Bukchon, boasts a prime location and cleanliness that make it one of the locals’ preferred jjimjilbangs to visit. It follows traditional methods and offers a Hwabuk — a steam experience heated with oak instead of electricity or gas. This traditional method provides an authentic sweat experience. From the entrance, the decor is distinctly Korean, and allows for an immersive experience in Korean culture and traditional relaxation practices. Hanseongmak offers a new and uniquely Korean experience to soothe both body and mind.

Longshan SPA hot spring sweat steam house

Dragonhill SPA, located in Longshan, uses traditional methods and oak as their charcoal source, emitting a unique aroma. The large-scale steam bath and SPA center offers facilities such as saunas, Korean steam rooms, outdoor baths, saltwater baths, swimming pools, and fitness centers. The main hall is designed to imitate the style of a Chinese imperial palace, grand and magnificent, often used as a backdrop for TV dramas or entertainment programs. In addition to various steam baths and SPA facilities such as the main activity area, mountain leisure area, fitness training area, SPA area, and sauna area, Dragonhill SPA also has convenient leisure facilities such as dining areas, making it a great place for leisure and entertainment.

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