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Itaewon Land

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Itaewon Land is a 5-story jjimjilbang (Korean spa) with guest rooms available for overnight stays. Its traditional sauna, has a red clay room, flat stone room, and salt room. The water at Itaewon Land was verified by the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources and it is known as the best aquifer water in Korea. The water was taken from water sources more than 500m underground.

[Jan. 15, 2014 17:06  Input / Jan. 15, 2018 00:00  Publish]

Details

• Address
04405   34 Usadan-ro 14-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul  
• Phone
+82-2-749-4122
• Hours of Operation
24 hours
• Holidays
Open year round

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Transportation
Transportation
Address 04405   34 Usadan-ro 14-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul  
Subway Itaewon Station (subway line 6) exit 3

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Directions Details
버스도착정보 안내
버스 번호 도착 정보

TripAdvisor Reviews

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Traveler Rating3.0

Based on 46 Traveler

Latest 5 reviews of Itaewon Land

4 2018-10-15 JH L
Typical humble Jjimjilbang. Don't expect much.
This is a good place to experience Jjimjilbang culture for the first time. The price isn't that high and humble. - The building is locating on a hill after many steps. - The reception was kind to...
3 2018-05-06 LouiseLeeCph
old but perfect
surpricingly fast ad super serviceminded staff, everyone could communicate in english and every time I went into a new room someone was waiting for me to guide me further on. I almost had it all to...
2 2018-04-29 admiraloxon
Traditional Korean spa and massage place
It is a extremely traditional Korea Spa and massage place. Kinda like those traditional Onsen in Japan. However given the location it feels a little odd to have a facility like this at the busy...
2 2018-01-02 Amy K
Staff are mean!!
I had a card that said "lifetime membership" that gives me discounts to this place as well as the services within. The man at the counter just took it from me without explaining anything and when I...
2 2017-12-02 Coastal606825
Run down bath house
First of all: Korean bath houses have gone a long way from the communities only place to have a shower to today's spa temples they often are. Unfortunately, the Itaewon Land got lost somewhere along...