Good experience, location is very easy to find, beside Longshan Station, there is Chinese service, which can store luggage, provide a set of sweat steamed clothes towels for two days, sauna room has multiple temperatures, snacks on each floor, ring pricing, final checkout, game console, KTV, massage, hot steamed cup of rice dew is particularly refreshing.
A good experience... Only the hardest thing to accept is to strip naked to soak in the pool, and the pool is a bit troublesome, to buy an inappropriate towel and swimming cap to swim, a bit of pit tourists...
Longshan Khan Steaming Curtain has seven floors. It is a place where all kinds of fun are concentrated. Besides all kinds of sweat steaming, there are swimming pools, cinemas, game rooms, lounges, restaurants and so on, where you can play for most of the day.
To Korea, of course, you want to experience a real Korean sweat steaming, that is, Longshan is a little distance from Seoul Station where you live, but sweat steaming is really comfortable, there are many sweat room to choose, the highest temperature is more than 70 degrees.
The place is big enough, the door can be manually deposited large suitcases, the staff attitude is general, the change of clothes is still clean, the service attitude of the snack bar is too bad, in the doze, did not wake up the salesman, waiting for her to wake up to buy things, the other side was also shaved the smelly face of the ancestral grave, had drunk rice soup from other sweatshops, this family is not really good to drink, wash. Only soap is provided in the bathroom. Shampoo and shower gel should be brought by yourself. It's hygienic, and it won't go any more.
Spas are everywhere and you can use cheaper ones. This is the ultimate spa though. Floors of baths, restaurants, sleeping areas, treatments. Most of it accessible for only $10.
Avoid weekends if you don't like crowds, but visit Dragon Hill Spa for a real jjimjilbang (Korean bath house) experience.
Not necessarily Seoul's finest spa, but one of its biggest and certainly the easiest to find, this traditional Korean public bath house is located directly outside of Yongsan Station. The atmosphere is a little hokey, with some faux-classical touches, and it can get mighty crowded on the weekend. Still, for an introduction to the Korean bathhouse experience you could do a lot worse. Pay your entrance, slip out of your clothes in the locker room, and spend a few hours sampling the various hot and cold baths and sauna rooms. If you're feeling adventurous, go in for a full-body scrub, but be forewarned that the masseurs go at it with a vengeance!
One of the loving places
The place is really big!