You get a sleeping mat, a locker, and a large man to sleep next to. Some fancier jimjilbangs provide food and entertainment. There is no check in or check out, instead guests come and go as they please during all hours of the day.
I've only had one bad jimjilbang experience, and it's because I slept next to the snacks freezer and everyone decided to get ice cream at 7 a.m.
Doesn't have much to do with Korea, I just like this dog.
I personally like the black one better, and if you don't agree with me then you need to stop being so racist.
make really bads English.
I've also noticed very few people with disabilities in Korea, and I don't know enough to really speculate on this. There is one friendly gentleman in my town who may possess some form of mild disability. He always stops to tell me that "America number 1, Korea number 7!".
I thought he arbitrarily chose "7" until a conversation I had with a Canada person named Rich. Rich has lived here for a couple years, and confirmed this gentleman always mentions Korea as number 7. Never number 1, Never number 6. Always number 7.