13 Things You Get Addicted To Living in South Korea
1. Cheap spas or jjimjilbangs.
From hot and steamy waters to cool and icy, these group baths throughout Korea are part of the reason everyone’s faces here are glowing. Investing a few extra won for the scrub down of a lifetime from an ajumma is never a bad choice for dead skin and neither is lounging in the sauna afterward to calm down a weary body. Dragon Hill in Seoul or Spa Land in Busan are perfect places to start the jjimjilbang experience. Oh, and it’s worth mentioning most of these places accommodate guests overnight, sometimes for free…Being naked with strangers never felt so wonderful.