Gay Saunas Seoul

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Gay Saunas Seoul

Seoul’s sauna and cruise club scene is relatively small and while most are open 24 hours most saunas are busy from early evening until the small hours. Most of the saunas and cruise clubs are located in the two main gay nightlife hubs, Itaewon’s Homo Hill and Jongro-3. Similar to nightlife most of Seoul’s gay saunas don’t get busy until late around 2-3 am when the guys start to leaving the clubs.

It is commonplace for gay saunas in Seoul to restrict access based on age, race, fitness and general ‘hotness’.

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GM Cruise Club Seoul

Gay Fantasy Mirror Dark Maze
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GM Sauna is more gay cruising place with a large space than a sauna.
This popular gay sauna is located in Gwanghui-dong and only 2 mins walk from Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Subway Station. GM gay sauna offers 4 floors and every floor has its own thing, 2/F has lockers and shower. 3/F has a mirror maze (must-try!), TV/video lounge, showers, kinky rooms with red lights and leather curtains, and even a BJ room. 4/F looks like something out of a pirate ship with long bunk rows top and bottom. 5/F is only open on Friday and Saturday for spillover. Open 24 hours daily, just lay down somewhere and someone will come up to you and start playing.

GM Gay Sauna in Seoul | Every Floor Has Its Own Theme
GM Sauna is a large gay cruising place in Gwanghui-dong near Subway Station, offers mirror maze, kinky rooms & BJ room. It offers 24 hours, daily and usually gets busy after midnight and over weekends.

Crowd: The venue is well come to all visitors for cruising in the mirror maze & shower area. The venue attracting mostly local bears and men over 30.

Entry: Entry fee before 9 pm is 7,000 Won ($6 USD). Before 9 pm is 14,000 Won ($11 USD) with free coffee, condoms & lube.

How to get there
The venue has a garage layout which is a little bit strange. However, the garage area is how you get into the place.

Taxi: Ask for Toegye-ro street near the subway line at Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station.

Subway: The closest subway lines are 2, 4 and 5 at Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station. Take exit 5 and then walk straight out of the station and down the street. There will be a large bank building on your right with Woori Bank on the first floor. Walk past the bank and you will see a yellow sign with the letters GM in black.

Facilities: Cruise, Showers, Maze, Relaxing Cabins - free, Free WiFi, Lockers, Free condoms & lube

Hyundae Sauna Seoul

Itaewon’s Best Gay Sauna
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Hyundae Sauna | Seoul’s Best Gay Sauna & Cruise Club
Hyundae Sauna is the longest-run gay sauna & cruise club in Itaewon, conveniently located in the main gay district, Homo Hill (well known among the local gay community). The sauna is on the second floor of the building, open 24 hours, daily. Popular among a younger crowd, and it gets busy after 8 pm, midnight and 6 am – 7 am after clubbing. Another nearby gay sauna to check out in Homo Hill is Equus Sauna.

Hyundae Sauna is the main gay sauna in Itaewon, near Seoul’s best gay party street, Homo Hill. Our recommendation to check it out is 11 pm and then head to Homo Hill (and you can still return after the party).

Crowd: The venue is welcome to all visitors, as it’s one of the best gay saunas in Seoul. It brings up all types of the crowd from the gay street after clubbing.

Entry: Entry fee for daytime from 6 am – 6 pm on Mon. – Thu. is around 7,000 Won ($7 USD), Fri. – Sun. and holiday is around 10,000 Won ($9 USD) and night time from 6 pm – 6 am is around 15,000 Won ($13 USD)

How to get there
It’s only about 2 mins within walking distance from the gay street in Homo Hill. Walk down the little street opposite Hooker Hill (one next to Homo Hill). Keep straight after see the first street on the left hand and you should see the sign of Hyundae Sauna on your left-hand side.

Taxi: Ask for Itaewon subway station, close to exit 4. The sauna is close to Hamilton Hotel and Homo Hill (Korea’s main gay district).

Subway: Take exit 4 from Itaewon subway station. Continue on the right bend of the street and you will come to a side street on your left. Take this left, Hyundae Sauna is on your right.

Note: To save travel time, save the cost and you can make the most of your visit. We recommend finding a gay-friendly hotel nearby so you can walk to gay bars, saunas, and other tourist hotspots in Itaewon.

Facilities: Cruise, Showers, Sauna, Relaxing Cabins - free, Free WiFi, Lockers, Free condoms & lube

Mun Hwa Sauna Seoul

Silver Fox’s Gay Bathhouse
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Seoul’s Second Popular Gay Street & Its Best Gay Saunas
Mun Hwa Sauna is a gay bathhouse, popular among older Korean men and a few foreigners. This bathhouse gets active, especially on weekends with three hot baths, a steam room, and many other facilities. Open 24 hours, daily and peak hours are after 8 pm on weekends. Bring your own protection supplies.

Korean Silver Fox’s Favorite Bathhouse
Crowd: The most popular gay sauna in Jongno, it’s the only sauna to meet local silver fox, foreigners are welcome.

Entry: Mun Hwa Sauna’s entry fee during daytime is around 5,000 Won ($4 USD), nighttime is around 9,000 Won ($8 USD).

How to get there
Taxi: Ask for Jongno 3-Ga subway station (exit 1), the sauna is about a minute walk from here.

Subway: At Jongno-3-Ga station (Line No. 1) take Exit 1.

Facilities: Cruise, Showers, Steam room, Jacuzzi / Hot pool, Maze, Relaxing Cabins - free, Lockers

Prince Sauna Seoul

Fit Young Men Only Policy
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Strict Policy For Fit & Young Men Only!
Prince Sauna is a popular gay sauna & cruise club but small on the 3rd floor of the building. It has a very strict policy for fit and young men only! While other gay saunas only accept locals but foreigners are welcome at Prince Sauna. The sauna is located near Shinchon Station in Donggyo-dong, Mapo-gu, open 24 hours daily and peak hours are from 5 pm on weekends. Offers a comfortable space with no sauna or jacuzzi but a shower area, condoms & lube are included.

Korean’s Gay Sauna | Foreigners Are Welcome
Don’t miss its peak time which is weekends from 5 pm – 11 pm.

Crowd: Prince Sauna & Cruise Club attracts a cute & young university crowd, local guys in their 20s and 30s, but some mature men and foreigners are welcome.

Entry: The sauna’s entry fee from 7 am – 7 pm is around 6,500 Won ($5 USD) and from 7 pm – 7 am is around 13,000 Won ($10 USD) includes free coffee, condoms & lube.

How to get there
Taxi: Ask for Donggyo-dong in Mapo-gu which is located near Shinchon Station, Line 2, Green Line, exit 8.

Subway: About 5 mins walk from exit 8 of Shinchon Subway Station until you see a family mart on your left and Prince Sauna is located on the 3rd floor of the same building.

Facilities: Cruise, Maze, Relaxing Cabins - free, Lockers, Free condoms & lube

Shelter Sauna Seoul

Best Underground Gay Sauna
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Seoul’s Most Popular Gay Sauna & Cruising Club
Shelter Sauna is one of Seoul’s famous gay saunas in Gangnam (Nonhyeon Subway Station exit 5). This gay sauna attracts many locals from young muscles to cute bears. Shelter Sauna is located near Subway line 7, opens 24 hours, daily. Peak Time is weekend nights, after 7 pm

Best Gay Hotspot To Meet Locals
Crowd: For those who are seeking to experience kimchi muscles, this is the place for you. As the sauna is popular among Korean guys from young to middle age but not popular with older guests.

Entry: The sauna’s entry fee from 7 pm – 7 am is around 13,000 Won ($11 USD) and from 7 am – 7 pm is around 7,000 Won ($6 USD).

How to get there
Taxi: Ask for Nonhyeon Station at exit 5 as the venue is a few steps away from the exit station so you can follow the direction below.

Subway: Line 7, Nonhyeon Station, take exit 5 and walk for less than 1 minute from the exit.

Note: If this is your to-do list, then we recommend finding a gay-friendly hotel in Gangnam so you can walk to nearby gay bars and saunas. Save travel time, save the cost and you can make the most of your visit.

Facilities: Cruise, Showers, Maze, Relaxing Cabins - free, Lockers, Free condoms & lube

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