This week it was revealed that the Jeju Dream Tower casino on Jeju Island in South Korea is slated to open later this month after all required inspections have been completed.
News reports out of South Korea indicate that the casino will be ready to open this month after the final review and testing of CCTV is completed.
The resort is gearing up with the marketing of the casino for that final approval, and staffing decisions have already been made, meaning that the resort will be ready to launch as soon as the go-ahead is received.
The Jeju Dream Tower initially opened its doors in December after thirty years of plans, delays, and more. The tower sits on 75 acres and cost $1.4 billion to construct. It has 38 floors, 1,600 hotel rooms, 14 restaurants and a shopping center for visitors to enjoy.
When it opens, the Jeju Dream Tower will be the third-largest casino in South Korea in terms of floor space.