Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino

    Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino is a 5-hibiscus hotel located in Jeju City on the island of Jeju-Do in Korea, conveniently located five minutes from Jeju International Airport. The hotel has 203 well-appointed rooms and suites, 2,125 square meters of gaming space featuring table games such as baccarat, blackjack, Sic Bo, roulette as well as the latest slots and electronic gaming machines, several reputable dining establishments featuring international cuisine options, a lobby lounge, bar and banquet facilities.In June 2016, Iao Kun Group Holding Company Limited announced that its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, Iao Kun Jeju Hotel Company Limited entered into a share purchase agreement with Golden & Luxury Company, Ltd., Solaire Korea Co., Ltd. and Bloomberry Resorts Corporation to acquire the Jeju Sun Hotel & Casino in Jeju, Korea for KRW117.5 billion in cash ($101 million)

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