Bath Areas (목욕탕)
Korean Bath House
Each of our bath areas includes:● Public showers*
● Hot tub**
● Jet pool
● Cold pool
● Dry sauna
● Steam sauna
● Scrub area (private stalls for Korean body scrubs)
*Private showers are also available in the women’s locker rooms
** Mugwort herbal bath also available in the women’s bath area
Korean Bath House Etiquette:
Although visiting a bath house is a fantastic experience, there are some things first-time guests
should know ahead of time to avoid unpleasant surprises.
● For the privacy of our guests, phones and other mobile devices must be kept in lockers
at all times.
● All guests must shower before entering the baths.
● Guests must be nude to enter the bath area. Much like Japanese onsen, and other
Asian-style bath houses, Korean tradition is to bathe in the nude.
● As with most of the facility, this is a quiet zone, and we discourage loud conversations.
● For the comfort of all guests, public displays of affection are strictly prohibited in any part
of the facility, including the bath area. There is a zero tolerance policy for any behavior
that may be deemed inappropriate.
How to use the bath area:
While there is no right or wrong way to enjoy the bath area, the traditional use involves
alternating between hot and cold. After showering, it is recommended that guests go from the
hot tub to the cold pool, starting with our hot tub or mugwort herbal bath which typically range
from 103 to 109 degrees Fahrenheit.
For guests with a scheduled body scrub service, it is recommended that they soak in one of
these tubs for at least 10 minutes prior to their service time. Soaking in hot water not only
softens the skin to make the exfoliation process easier, but also maximizes the effectiveness of
the cleansing treatment by opening your pores.
Bath Area Health Benefits:
You can enjoy the many health and wellness benefits of our Korean baths with the purchase of
a general admission