It is convenient to book tickets on Ctrip to avoid the trouble of not being able to speak Korean and issue tickets quickly. It’s right next to the subway station, so it’s not too hard to find, unless you don’t understand the map like me😓. The environment inside is average, after all, it has been in business for a long time, the hygiene is not bad, and it is good to experience the authentic steaming curtain. It's good to eat sweet rice and eggs after the bath.
Avoid weekends if you don't like crowds, but visit Dragon Hill Spa for a real jjimjilbang (Korean bath house) experience.
One of the loving places
The place is really big!
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!