How to get a spa in Jeju (and the best way to do it)
We’re often told that getting a spa is one of the most exciting things you can do in Jeonju.
But the reality is that it can be a challenge to get there and if you don’t have a good deal you’ll likely end up spending a fortune on spa supplies.
Luckily, we’ve got a handy guide to help you make the best of your holiday weekend in Jeokju.
Read more”Jeju is a special place,” says Dr. Michelle Lee, a resident physician at the University of California, Los Angeles, who has been treating guests at the resort for nearly 10 years.
“It’s a place where the weather is really good, the people are really friendly, and the food is really fresh.
The weather and people in general are really well-rounded.”
She adds that Jeju is one place where you can really feel the difference between a great spa and a mediocre one.
“I’ve found that people that have good spa experiences and great food experiences have an average score of 9 out of 10,” Lee says.
“The difference between the two is the quality of the experience and the quantity of time spent there.”
If you want to get the best spa experience, it’s important to understand how to make the most of your trip.
Lee suggests checking out some of the tips below, and you can also sign up for our Jeju Spa and Body Spa Guide to get started.
What to bringYou’re going to want to bring something to enjoy the most, Lee says, especially if you’re staying in the town of Yulan, which has some of Jeju’s best restaurants and bars.
“We’ve always been in a rush to have great things,” Lee explains.
“This is the only time we don’t take that into consideration.”
She recommends getting a massage and an X-ray to see if there’s any issues with your body or your spa.
If there’s a concern, then she suggests getting the best treatment possible, but also getting your spa checked out by a local health professional.
If you’re not sure what type of spa treatment you’re looking for, Lee recommends that you check out the spa’s Facebook page and ask around.
If they can help you find a good price, Lee also suggests asking around at local restaurants to see what their specials are.
“Most people are willing to pay a little bit more, but it depends on what kind of spa they’re looking at,” she says.
“If you have a few minutes to spend, it might be worth looking at the price of a spa treatment.
A spa treatment for $20 or $30 might not be enough to make up for a long day in the park.”
How to get to the spaThe easiest way to get from the airport to the beach is by car.
But you can still get there by bus or train, and Lee recommends checking out the local bus company.
“If you need to take a longer bus, that’s great.
But if you need a quick trip, I would recommend going to the Jeju National Railway Station,” she explains.
It’s a 2.5-hour drive from Jeongju Airport.
The train runs every 30 minutes or so, so it’s not as frequent as the bus, but you can get there easily.
You should arrive at the station before the train leaves.
“People have a really good sense of timing, and they’ll be waiting for the train, which will be about five minutes before the bus arrives,” Lee points out.
“Then the bus is ready to take you.”
Once you arrive, you can walk around the station and see what you need.
“Once you see that you’re okay to walk around and check out a spa, you’re going in,” Lee adds.
“So it’s really important to be sure that you get to check out your spa before you get there.
If you need the spa more than that, you might be better off getting a hotel room or staying in a hostel.”
Once in the spa, Lee suggests waiting for your masseuse to do the final checks and make sure everything’s in order.
“There are a lot of things to look at,” Lee suggests.
“You can get a massage if you want, but a lot more people prefer getting a professional masseuse.”
You’ll also need to get checked out for any other issues, such as if you have sore feet or something else that needs attention.
“I would recommend that you don, for example, bring your own clothes,” Lee recommends.
“But if you do, you should get a professional and bring that in as well.”
If all that’s not enough, Lee encourages you to visit a nearby grocery store.
“At this point you can make sure that the grocery store is open and you’re in the right area,” she advises.
“Otherwise, you’ll be spending a lot.”
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