Naked things to do in Atlanta, JeJu Sauna edition
Naked sauna! Naked sauna! Naked – alright, calm down everyone… yes you can enjoy a naked sauna at JeJu Home of Well Being, a Korean sauna located in Gwinnett. But this kind of relaxation is serious business and the vibe is upscale & luxurious, so get your mind out of the gutter…
Okay I tried, but I can’t get my mind out of the gutter. I better let them explain the naked part:
“Begin your JeJu Sauna experience on our lobby floor, where separate areas for men and women are both furnished with operated lockers, a relaxing lounge and indoor spa, and Healing Rooms. (This area is the only part of the spa that is separated into male and female. The rest of our spa is unisex.) Modeled after traditional Korean bathing houses, there are different heated mineral pools and an indoor spa.”
So, naked time is restricted to the segregated areas, everywhere else you lounge around with a cap and gown. Got it
Come here to relax, stay for the healing benefits – wet and dry saunas clean pores and alleviate minor aches and pains, scrubs exfoliate & revitalize skin, massages restore vigor and improve circulation. Additional services include:
- Acupressure massage
- Aromatherapy massage
- French-style massage
- Green tea massage
- Foot massage
- Body massage
- Body scrub
- Hip bath
There is a lot to do before or after naked time. JeJu includes a full Korean restaurant that specializes in authentic cuisine. There’s even an arcade area if you want to bring your kids… jeez, they’ve thought of everything!
Best of all? JeJu Sauna is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day – anytime the need for a little relaxation strikes, the nice folks at JeJu will be ready for you. Services require reservations, but the sauna is open on a drop-in basis. Check out the website for more info, there’s a virtual tour and a photo gallery (no nudity in these, relax ya pervert).
Find JeJu Sauna at 3555 Gwinnett Place Drive, Duluth GA. It’s open 24/7!
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