JeJu stands apart from other Atlanta spas. Inside the 24-hour Korean-style sauna one can be scrubbed, rubbed and treated by lingerie-clad Korean women. Twenty-five bucks buys you unlimited access to the sauna's many no-frills facilities, a roomy, thick cotton uniform of shorts and T-shirt, and a disposable toothbrush and access to the gender-separated saunas, Jacuzzis, and mineral baths of JeJu Spa. While food isn't destination-worthy, there's good stuff to be had. There are about 13 to 14 different dishes available. A cast-iron pot of kimchi jjigae seems to find a place on most tables. Pork, tofu, scallions and onions bob around in the stew's broth, tinted red with kimchi and gochujang. A bowl of rice and a small assortment of banchan comes with your order.