One of my favourite things to do in Korea is go to a
Jimjilbang (Korean Spa). Unlike traditional spas in America, the Jimjilbang
culture is very different and unlike anything I have ever experienced. You first
pay a very small entrance fee, then you are free to use their entire facility
for as long as you want (up to 24 hours I think) which includes taking a dip in
the pool, soaking in a sauna, playing in the arcade room, eating and snacking,
relaxing in their rest room or in their multiple hot tubs. Some people even
sleep overnight (as I did) just to wait until the train reopens in the morning.