person getting a massage

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It has been a few years since I went to a wellness place. Actually, the last time I went was for a pop-up shop with iwi fresh x Besida which was almost two months ago. Great vibes! Before then, I had not set foot in a wellness place in years. Jeju is typically the place I go to because it is very close to my residence and I have a good time every time. However, I wasn’t sure what to expect since I had not gone since the pandemic.

I did go with two of my best friends and they informed me of the warm bath.

 

Warm bath

Again, this was not my first time going to Jeju but I had not gone to the warm bath. The day before I was going to Jeju I did read a review that stated you can get nude. However, I had not been to that part of the building before so I did not know exactly where it was located.

Well, my girlfriends showed me. Initially, I was concerned but I am so glad we took the warm bath. Before the warm, hot, or cold bath, you do have to use one of their showers. Not only that but you can wash and condition your hair with their aloe products!

As soon as I was immersed in the big bath, I let out a huge sigh. It was instantly relaxing! I did not care that I was nude especially since the other ladies were as well. Everyone was so comfortable and relaxing.

Right after that, we went to the sauna. There is the dry sauna and the steam sauna. I will admit that the thought of going in the steam sauna freaked me out. Of course, my girlfriends assured me it wasn’t too bad. So, what did I do? I went with them and…I could only be in there for 2 to 2 1/2 minutes. For the short amount of time that I was in there, the sage helped me to remain calm. I enjoyed this and will try to stay in longer next time!

Once we got out of the sauna, we did take another shower.

 

The next stop was the salt sauna.

 

Salt Sauna

I was already aware of these since I had already been to Jeju a couple of times before. There are 9 saunas.

Here are some of the saunas:

 

Salt Sauna

Salt Sauna

Charcoal Sauna

Charcoal Sauna

Gold & Silver Sauna

Gold & Silver Sauna

Gold & Silver Sauna

 

Jewel Sauna

Jewel Sauna

 

Ice Room

Ice Room

 

 

I liked them all but my favorite is the Jewel Sauna. I was able to do some self-reflection in that one.

Let’s eat!

Finally, we went to their restaurant because…why not? The food is delicious!  There is anything from soup to egg rolls. I was worried because it seems a bit too crowded for me. But once 3 or 4 tables became vacant, I felt comfortable eating in the dining area.

 

korean food

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Final thoughts

All in all, I will go back. It felt great to have a self-care day! Sometimes as a mother and wife, I forget that I need to make more time for myself. Going to Jeju reminded me that I need to do this more often than not. I do like to self-care at home but occasionally it’s nice to be pampered outside of the home too. If you live near Gwinnett County or are ever in that area, check out Jeju!

 

Hope you enjoyed this post!

 

Thank you! *Medase*

*There are add-on services that you can pay for such as body shampoo, hip bath, manicure and pedicure. The fee is $30 for 24 hours at the facility. However, if you think you will want to visit more frequently, you may want to consider either their 6-month or 1-year membership*

 

 

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