If you come to South Korea you definitely have to experience jjimjilbang. Koreans like to go to sauna after a busy and stressed day or when they feel the need of relaxing.
A jjimjilbang is a large, gender-separated public bathhouse in South Korea, furnished with hot tubs, showers, Korean traditional kiln saunas and massage tables.
Jjimjil is derived from the words meaning heating. However, in other areas of the building or on other floors there are unisex areas, where you can usually with find snack bars, ondol-heated floor for lounging and sleeping, wide-screen TVs, exercise rooms, ice rooms, heated salt rooms, PC bang (computer rooms), noraebang(karaoke rooms), and sleeping quarters with either bunk beds or sleeping mats. Many of the sleeping rooms can have themes or elements to them.
Most jjimjilbangs have a variety of rooms with different temperatures to suit guests' preferred relaxing temperatures. The walls are decorated with different woods, minerals, crystals, stones, and metals which are meant to make tan enjoyable ambient and smell more natural.
Dragon Hill SPA&Resort one of the Korea's most famous public baths you have the chance to experience multiple types of sauna and other facilities for quite reasonable prices.
Day (05:00~20:00) : 11,000won
Night (20:00~05:00) : 13,000won
Weekends & Holidays : 13,000won
*For additional time, 1,000won per 1hr
*Clothes are provided for free
40-712 Hangangno 3(sam)-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea