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After moisturizer has been liberally rubbed into both feet, the invigorating massage starts. Quiet and atmospheric, with warm, Chinese-themed decor, customers are ushered directly into one of the treatment rooms to change into the shorts and T-shirt provided. Using the principles of reflexology, it focuses on acupressure points on the feet, which are said to correspond to other parts of the body.
Customers also wear pale pink Thai trousers with matching T-shirts if they opt for the country’s traditional massage, known there as 강남 마사지 or ancient manner massage. You are greeted by floral decor and a living room complete with fireplace. Therapists here are Thai, making for an authentic experience. Thai massage uses deep pressure and stretches and is based on the idea that air, or “lom,” enters the body and travels along a myriad of “sen” or vessels. Therapists manipulate these sen lines and combine this with positions akin to yoga. That can be seedy even though the massages they give are legitimate.
“”The Foot Shop is the nation’s first foot-care specialist franchise,”” says the company’s home page. But as this response from the association of non-vision impaired masseurs shows, one can avoid being penalized by claiming to be “”figure management (체형관리 chehyeong gwanri) specialists and not masseurs””. Another favorite phrase of theirs is “”body care””. 80% of the massage places here in Korea are legit. As someone posted earlier it’s the AnMa 안마 and the “”Sports Massage”” places that are the “”happy ending”” places.
Only the ones with the barber poles next to them and the ones that have a red light in the door ways. I’ve gone to a few Sport Massage places in Seoul that are run by men who give the best deep tissue massages. I’ve yet to hear of a Thai or Chinese massage place here being shady.
The place is filled with transit hotels and restaurants. I have reported on many Unseo massage parlors here already. South Korea’s medical law states that only blind people and nationally certified professionals are allowed to provide massage services. This new Thai Massage business opened a few months ago near the McDonalds in Seojeongri.
The location is just a few minutes walking from the subway station Sinnonhyeon. Prices are not cheap but still OK by Korean standards. After paying customers gain access to changing room with big secure lockers and a large wet area. Here there are showers, tubs and sinks that have everything from combs to colognes and razors.
At least two of them died in 2006 protesting a court decision favouring the sighted, and the National Assembly eventually caved to pressure to pass a law protecting blind people. But they make up only a small percentage of the total population of masseuses, as 강남 마사지 massage parlours, many hiring from China and Thailand, dominate the market. The Health Ministry said recently that there are only 1,300 legal massage parlours hiring 9,742 licensed blind masseuses in the country. Few realize that someone who isn’t legally blind cannot provide a massage for payment in Korea.