Jeju Shinhwa World adds K-pop leisure center

Jeju Shinhwa World is set to add a new K-pop entertainment center, named YG Town, to its non-gaming offerings, Yonhap News reports.

The K-pop leisure complex will feature a cafe and bowling alley designed by BIGBANG leader G-Dragon.

The announcement follows recent news of a planned movie theme park at Jeju Shinhwa World, called Lionsgate Movie World, set to open in 2019.

According to Landing Jeju Development, the developer of Jeju Shinhwa World, a total of KRW 1.3 trillion won (US$1.2 billion) in foreign direct investment has been injected into the project so far.

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