Korean-run drugstore/pharmacy on the southeast corner of Beverly and Western.
Relatively small spa complex on the second floor of the mini-mall known as Cosmos Village… Known locally as Suk Kyungrak Spa… Staffed by very amiable Korean speakers who know some basic English. Entrance Fee $10. Face Massage $50. Sugar polish $50.
Licensed acupuncturist since 2003. Treating Frozen Shoulder, Sports Injury, Fibromyalgia (FMS, CFS), Arthritis Pain treatment with non-invasive Acupuncture and Natural Herbal Prescription… Closed on Sundays. Open Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 7:00 pm. Open Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. 광제국한의원: 오십견, 어깨통증, 스포츠상해 (골프, 테니스, 야구선수) 청소년, 프로선수 재활치료, 목 허리디스크, 허리통증, 섬유근육통, 그리고 관절염치료
Healing Foot Massage is located between Super Cleaners and Mister Bossam at the Lux Plaza on Western Avenue, just south of 3rd Street. The staff speaks mostly Korean with a few English phrases. Price is $30 for a “combo” of half-hour of foot massage and half-hour of body massage. Usually open seven days a week from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. Call beforehand to make sure they’re open.
Poorly rated Korean spa located just east of Koreatown proper. Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. General admission is $10. Price subject to change. Pharos is the attached bar. (213) 738-7370
Modern take on a traditional Korean spa. Separate and common areas available for men and women. Small children are given free rein.
Masseuses from China. Poorly rated due to pressure on customers to provide tips.
Workout LA has many locations throughout the city. The one nearest to Koreatown is at Harold A. Henry Park on Lucerne Avenue by 9th Street. Elements of strength training, kickboxing, yoga, circuit training Supportive instructors and classmates Fast, fun, efficient one-hour sessions
6가와 웨스턴에 위치한 김인숙 스킨케어는 오전 7시부터 예약 손님을 받는다. Korean-speaking aesthetician. 김인숙스킨케어 – 네일/속눈썹/타투