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Yuseong Hot Springs, Daejeon

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Hot Spring
Give your feet a treat at Yuseong Hot Springs. Located outside, among tall shaded trees, the springs split into three pools that differ in depth and water temperature. One of the pools has special stones to stimulate the soles of your feet, while another one gets very hot, so it’s not recommended to stay in longer than half an hour. Choose which one suits you best, and after the obligatory foot bath, rinse your feet in cooler water and relax. You can also use the indoor spa in the hotel if you prefer staying inside. To visit Yuseong Hot Springs on your holiday in Daejeon, and find out what else Daejeon has to offer, use our Daejeon itinerary maker.
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  • I really enjoyed the hot springs. You have to wash your feet first, and then you can dip your feet into a small pool that is about shin-high. You can sit round the edge and it feels great when it's a ...  more »
  • Yeah! A great place to do free foot therapy in this cold weather. The water has a few range of hot level. Do check out and bring everyone in your families. But do take note, you have to wash your feet...  more »
  • Great for cool day. It's kinda awkward because all the Koreans like to stare constantly but it was a good relaxing 20 minutes  more »
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  • Lots of activities in the area...fyi the hot springs are not really the main focus of the area.
  • I took a trip here on a weekend -- though it's not recommended by one of the travel website due to a lot of tourists visiting during weekends. It was fine, anyway. Not many people; only a few tourists but mostly the locals. Two out of three pools were open. It was a nice experience to have your feet in the hot water on a chilly Sunday evening. The attraction is very easy to get to -- the subway (Daejeon Line 1) will take you straight to the area (station: Yuseong Spa). It'll take about 10mins walk from the station to the hot spring -- it's hard to miss it :)
  • The best foot spa ..