Jeju Sauna is over 35,000 square feet large, gender-segregated traditional Korean public bathhouse, furnished with hot tubs, showers, Korean traditional kiln saunas. In Korea the word use is “Jjimjil” which is derived from the words meaning heating. However, in other areas of the building or on other floors there are unisex areas, with a food court, heated floor for lounging and sleeping, wide-screen TVs, exercise rooms, ice rooms, heated mineral rooms, swimming pool and sleeping quarters that have sleeping mats. Jeju Sauna has various rooms with different temperatures to suit guests from preferred relaxing temperatures to hotter temperature. The walls are decorated with different woods, minerals, crystals, stones, and metals. This is to make the ambient mood and smell more natural. The elements used have traditional Korean medicinal purposes in the various rooms.
Jeju Sauna is operated 24 hours a day and always kept in a very sanitary condition for the overall health of patrons, and is cleaned continuously. No harsh chemicals are used in the waters or saunas.