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Ramada Jeju renovated casino reopens in South Korea

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da Plaza Jeju Hotel’s casino, on the South Korean holiday island of Jeju, reopened on Friday after “months of renovation”, the facility’s promoter said in a press release.

The foreigners-only casino has been renamed Gongzi Jeju, and will have an “official grand opening” on 26 June.

“Gongzi Jeju has undergone [an] impressive interior design [renewal] by Westar Architects International Ltd,” the press release said.

It added that the 3716m2 casino included more than 40 gaming tables and an unspecified number of slot machines, whilst the design features a “floral theme” with “butterfly paintings”.

The new scheme was financed by the Korean Teachers Credit Union under a franchise agreement with Ramada, a hotel chain brand owned by Wyndham Worldwide Corp, according to the property’s website.

Gongzi Executive Director Mr. Yang stated, "We are proud to be part of this dynamic community that we all love. Gongzi Jeju marks a major turning point for economic redevelopment and revitalization of our neighbourhood.”

Jeju Island is already home to a number of casinos, all for foreigners only. The province has recently attracted a significant amount of investment in gaming projects.


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