“We’re deeply sorry for causing any inconveniences to our customers in using some facilities at the women’s sauna at the Grand Josun Jeju Hill suite for missing mirror coating for some windows and [problems in] operating the blinds,” learn the assertion, which was posted on February 18.
“The sauna’s operation has been suspended and we’re closely checking deficiencies and taking immediate action to correct them.”
The lodge defined that the particular coating makes it inconceivable for individuals to see into the sauna through the day, however does not work the identical manner at night time, which is why the blinds are supposed to come back down as quickly because it’s darkish.
“I went on my honeymoon to Jeju Island and stayed at a suite room at a newly opened five-star hotel but my honeymoon turned out to be the worst memory of my life,” wrote the blogger, explaining that he and his spouse had loved utilizing the pool and sauna services.
He provides: “On my last day I went for a walk but as I looked at the windows of the sauna I found out that I was able to see inside the sauna from outside. I could see the thermometer inside the sauna through the windows. We could see the inside of the showers and bathrooms from outside, from the hotel entrance, walk path, car park and from even hotel room balconies.
“My spouse and I have been shocked to seek out this out. The thought that we would have used bogs and showers in entrance of many individuals provides me chills and we’re getting remedy remedy.”
According to Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, the native Seogwipo police have been known as when visitors started complaining to the lodge employees. The lodge’s supervisor was out of city for the Lunar New Year vacation, the blogger claimed.
The police at the moment are going via CCTV footage to find out if anybody was uncovered whereas utilizing the services or if anybody was taking illicit footage or video from exterior.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, steam and dry sauna rooms have been shut, however common tubs have been open with capability limits. As the nation’s borders stay closed to non-residents and quarantine legal guidelines are in place, many Koreans have opted for home holidays this yr.
Top picture: A common view exhibits beachgoers at Hamdeok seaside on South Korea’s southern resort island of Jeju on August 24, 2020. (Photo by Daniel De Carteret/AFP through Getty Images)