Before Your Service
A Korean spa is unlike any other spa. It is a blend of ancient bathhouse and modern spa cultures, where time honored rituals meet pure indulgence.
Along with the therapeutic effects of serious soaking, scrubbing and other world-class pampering treatments, visitors to PSY will discover a communal atmosphere and a different attitude towards the role of a spa. Here, friends and families gather on a regular basis to relax and recharge, much as they did in ancient Korea, when most homes did not have bathing facilities.
At PSY, the concept has evolved from necessity to necessary luxury. We blend the best of the Korean spa experience with every conceivable modern treatment modality all under one roof.
For our many guests who are new to Korean spa culture, here are some guidelines:
At check-in, we will greet you with a key for your locker number, as well as your ID for the rest of your visit. You will also be given a towel and a shirt. In your specific gender level, additional towels, bathrobes, and shorts are provided. You will then store your belongings in your locker and change into the shirt and shorts provided.
A Korean spa is not for the modest. To enter the spa's wet area, we ask that no clothing be worn. Bathing suits are not allowed in the spa's wet area. Please shower prior to entering the pool or jacuzzi. Most guests wrap themselves in the towels provided.
When using our co-ed floor or Jimjilbang – home to our exclusive specialty saunas – we ask that you wear the spa uniform.
When tired, we invite you to utilize our sleeping areas located in both the Jimjilbang and on both gender levels for refreshing, tranquil rest.
We also provide free Wi-fi should you decide to check your email, as well as magazines and books.