Grand Korea Leisure has announced that it will be further extending the closure of its three casinos until February 1, making its pause in business activities a full two months.
Grand Korea Leisure confirmed in a filing that it is extending the closures of all three of its casinos until the morning of January 18.
The latest wave of pandemic-induced casino closures has made its way from Seoul to Gangwon Province, forcing yet another business suspension upon Kangwon Land, the nation’s only casino that serves local patrons.
Paradise Co. has turned in its November sales figures, and they are quite grim. Casino net revenues for the month reached only KRW9.74 billion (US$8.9 million), down 85.4 percent from the previous November’s figure.
Grand Korea Leisure has reported a nearly 58 percent jump in year-on-year net sales in January, lifted by its two casinos in Seoul in particular. T
Silkroad Culturaltainment Ltd. is set to launch marketing offices for MegaLuck in Seoul and Macau later this year, according to a recent filing from t
The president of Mohegan Sun, a U.S. regional tribal casino operator, said South Korea's main gateway provides the perfect chance to build its first i
South Korean casino operator Paradise Co. Ltd’s gaming sales in the first six months of the year ending June 30 dropped by 14 percent to KRW257.51 b
Hong Kong's Chow Tai Fook Enterprises plans to invest $2.6 billion to build a casino resort near South Korea's largest airport, local authorities sai
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