Skinny korean shower

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It wouldn't be odd for a group of friends to meet up at a jjimjilbang on a Friday night. The more elaborate joints have restaurants, outdoor swimming pools, hair and nail salons and karaoke rooms in addition to the usual baths and saunas. So we're breaking it down for you, step by step. Just don your towel and follow our guide below and you'll be soaking in a Korean spa like a pro in no time. The key in your hand should have a number on it — that's your locker, where you'll store your clothes and anything else you're carrying. Most jjimjilbang have two distinct areas: the baths, which are same-sex only, and the sauna areas, which are communal.

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A Korean spa, also known as a jjimjilbang, is a go-at-your own pace spa where guests can enjoy several types of dry and wet saunas, relaxing pools, Korean food and the usual amenities, like massages and skin treatments. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing - nothing is worse than shimmying into skinny jeans after a day of relaxing! Head into your gender-segregated locker room, change into your new outfit and ditch your stuff before heading into the poultice rooms. Poultice rooms are a series of dry saunas, each with a special purpose. You bounce between the rooms as you please, but be sure to take a break in the cold room between hot saunas and drink some water!