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Sex is On Sale Near the Incheon International Airport


Seoul Incheon airport happy ending massage** NOTE: A newer report on this subject appears here. **

Incheon Airport in Seoul, South Korea is one of the biggest and best airports anywhere in the world. If you fly in Asia, there is a good chance you’ll stop there at least once. But while the airport has plenty to do (from a museum to an ice skating rink), there’s nowhere for a guy to go and drain his balls on a quick stopover. Or is there?

South Korea’s public transportation system is cheap, clean and efficient; and in this case it’ll take you right where you want to go in a matter of minutes. Here’s what to do.

Find your way to the Airport Express train, also called AREX. It’s easy to find by following the signs in the airport or simply asking someone. Get yourself a ticket from the automated machine, which provides instructions in many languages including English. You will be going only one stop to Unseo. This is a small town built recently for airport workers and travelers. It’s full of hotels and restaurants and not much else. The total trip on the train takes less than 5 minutes.

When you arrive at Unseo Station, you will see that there is only one exit. Walk out of it and head straight through the large public square to the only visible traffic light. You want to walk straight through this intersection, toward the buildings. The layout is simple. You won’t get lost. The whole town is surrounded on all sides by trees, trains and the like anyway, so there is simply no way to wonder out of it!

After going straight through the intersection with the station behind you, you will soon see a 7Eleven convenience store on your right.  After passing this convenience store, you will start seeing signs for massage parlors on the street. They will be made of wood or inflated and lit up. They will say things like “Thai Massage” or “Sports Massage.”

The Thai Massage place will be first. It is on the fifth floor of the building with the sign. If look up from the street, you will see that the windows of the entire fifth floor are blocked out with “Thai massage” signs. Just enter the building and head up via the elevator.

There are plenty more places in this small area. If you cross the street, the first building has a shop called “Wellbeing Massage” on the third floor. Again, just enter the building lobby and head up on the elevator.

In the buildings surrounding this place, there are several more massage parlors. Look for inflatable signs, double barber poles (a sign of sex shops in much of Asia), and the numerous advertisements thrown on the ground. Almost all of the big square buildings you will encounter after waling a block past the Thai Massage place will have at least one massage parlor inside.

If for some odd reason you have trouble, there are even ads inside all the elevators next to the floor numbers. They even have illustrations of massage in case you can’t read. The signs are usually in English, Korean and Japanese. This indicates foreigner friendliness.

The prices seem to be relatively uniform. The norm seems to be 150,000 won ($140 US). You may be able to negotiate a bit, but I wouldn’t. You usually pay up front to the same mamasan who greets you.

After payment, you’ll be taken to your massage room. These are clean and private. You masseuse will come in next.

The women that work in these shops seem to all be in their 20’s or 30’s, kind and attractive. It seems the level of English spoken at massage parlors in this area is higher than those in Seoul proper too, probably from the influx of travelers.

You will be told to strip of your clothes. When you get down to your bare ass, you’ll be wrapped in a towel and taken to the table shower room. Here you’ll get a back and front soapy scrub by hand. Extra attention will probably be paid to your tender bits.

When you get back to the room your masseuse will give you a short soft massage followed by standard full service. No hand relief here, you get to go inside (with a latex sheath of course). Oral is on the menu too! After a few positions she’ll have you shooting. After that, you lay back and let her clean you up. Depending on how much time you’ve used up doing the do, she may give you a little more soft massage or chit chat.

When you’ve finished, get dressed and head out the door. Tipping is neither required or expected.

All-in-all, these shops are a lot like the Korean massage parlors in the United States.

Cheaper and possibly better action is available on Hooker Hill and places like Belle. There are also a number of independents available. But those are all the way in Seoul. If you’re stuck in the airport and want to blow your wad, the Unseo massage parlor scene is probably the best option. You can get there from the airport, do your business, and get back in less than an hour if you need to.

Gimpo Airport in Seoul is not far from Incheon Airport and is connected by train. You can also get to these massage parlors by train from Gimpo by simply traveling in the opposite direction. There’s nothing else to it. The total trip from Gimpo should take 15-20 minutes by train.


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