Autumn took me to the biggest jimjilbang in Busan at the end of August. It has a feel much like this picture.
The women's area also had frolicking children and it was a very happy place.
Last weekend we visited what might be the *fanciest* jimjilbang in Busan. The inside of the pajama area looks eerily like this:
(This is actually the set of Dollhouse. They zap your brain upstairs.)
It's located inside this:
The world's largest department store (with a Cartier department and a Bvlgari department) also has the fanciest food court I've ever seen. When your meal is ready, the number comes up on the screen.
My $7 soup was FANTASTIC and yeah, that's a little abalone in there. There were FIVE abalones, and I kinda kept the shells.
Best food court food ever.
After eating, we went to the jimjilbang and enjoyed the many casino-themed sauna rooms (there's a Roman room and a Pyramid room and a vibrating room and a "liquid dreams" room with a greenish light shining through a pool of water, making interesting designs on the walls and ceiling. Jimjilbangs are kind of amazing.
Korea seems to love rainbow lights, so this happened also.