medical spas south korea

South Korea offers visitors an incredibly diverse range of experiences, beautiful landscapes and 5000 years of culture and history.

Medical spas include a variety of spa treatments but usually examine each visitor’s physical conditions more in depth, combing spa treatments with a doctor’s diagnosis and possibly a prescription.

Treatments are designed to prevent aging, fight obesity and stress, and bring the body in balance through a healthy diet, exercise, and natural remedies.

Our medi-spas offer a system of collaborated treatment by medical doctors and spa therapy specialists for the best outcomes. You will experience complete natural refreshment of the body and soul! 

Why Korea

South Korea offers visitors an incredibly diverse range of experiences, beautiful landscapes and 5000 years of culture and history.

Things not to miss:

• Eating street food in the historic Kwangchang Market
• The best places to stay, from the luxury hotels of Seoul to the rustic charms of the Hanok system
• Palaces, temples, and Buddhist landmarks, such as Gyeongbokgung, the very greatest of Joseon palaces
• Shopping at Myeong-dong, one of the world’s largest – and most overwhelming – shopping malls

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South Korea experiences four unique seasons: a dry, cold winter running from November through March, a verdant spring lasting from March through late May, a muggy and rainy monsoon season that extends through the duration of the summer months, and a crisp autumn that runs from September through November.

The spring and autumn are the best seasons for South Korea travel, although winter sports enthusiasts should consider visiting the country during its winter months, when its myriad of resorts and fine powder make it an ideal winter getaway. The heat and crowds of summer make it the worst season for travel to South Korea.

No matter when you travel to Korea, you’ll be surprised with breathtaking seasonal changes in nature, such as cherry blossoms in the spring, flower fields in the summer, colorful foliage in the fall and a white wonderland in the winter. Besides the changing weather, each season also has special festivals and also dishes, such as the Taebaeksan Snow Festival in winter and cold noodles in summer.

Over the centuries, Koreans have created a fascinating and rich food culture made up of meat dishes, stews, soups, noodle dishes, seafood and many vegetable side dishes. Visit South Korea and you should spend an entire day roaming street markets sampling your way through this concert of flavors.

As Korea is generally very fashion-forward, they have an “all-must-go” policy at the end of each season, so it’s not unlikely that you’ll find items for up to 90% off. Isn’t it incredible? Our little secret for shopping is Munjeong-dong Rodeo Street (not Apgujeong) and the “Event Hall” in basically every single department store, usually located on the top floor.

The buses arrive on time, the subway information is in multiple languages, the taxis are cheap. You can never really get lost in Seoul as there is always some form of public transportation within hands reach.

While South Korea is a very safe country (84th safest country in the world, based on the safest and most dangerous countries ranking), some parts of South Korean’s cities are best to be avoided, and pickpockets can be a problem near some touristic spots.