Business as usual for casino operator with three casinos now open to the public following the Covid-19 closure.
South Korea.- South Korea is slowly returning to normal following the Coronavirus crisis, with the country’s gambling sector showing signs of life as casinos begin to reopen their doors.
According to GGRAsia, foreigner-only casino operator Paradise Co reopened three of its four gaming venues in South Korea yesterday (April 20) after being closed for one month.
The reopened Paradise Co sites are: Paradise Casino (pictured) at the Paradise City resort in Incheon; Paradise Casino Walkerhill in Seoul; and Paradise Casino Busan in the port city Busan,
Last week, the company re-opened its casino on Jeju Island despite the on-going Coronavirus pandemic.
South Korean casino operator, Grand Korea Leisure, has said it will keep its doors closed until May 6 to prevent the further spread of Coronavirus.
Kangwon Land, the only casino in South Korea where locals are permitted to gamble, will remain closed until May 4.