Getting down to Business in Style
see link here) I've been there, and though the experience there is both unique and breathtaking, I think this lavatory, near the Taejong Observatory in Busan, is at least equally worthy. Rather than staring at witty scrawlings on the wall (The future of the human race is in your hands, etc. . .), guys can stare out through the pines and over the Korean Strait, perhaps on a clear day seeing Japan's Daemado on the horizon.
Korea has it's share of awful bathrooms, but there are some pretty nice ones, too. Most of the rest stops along Korea's toll highways are clean and modern, with a choice of Western (sit down) and Asian (no contact) style toilets and a few of them actually have hot running water. En route to Sokcho from Seoul, the Pyongchang Rest Stop is one of my favorites.
Suwon, home to one of the 2002 World Cup Stadiums, invested $4 million in creating a new public bathroom experience for visitors, with impressive views, specially commissioned art, and more importantly, cleaning staff. They even had a tour bus running through town offering the "Suwon Beautiful Restroom Tour." Last time I visited, the tour bus wasn't running, and the toilets weren't quite as clean as they were in 2002, but they were still much more pleasant than any public outhouse I have been to in Canada.