The South Korea casino won’t open its main gaming floor as expected today due to a flare-up in coronavirus cases.
South Korea's largest casino Kangwon Land will be allowed to host 20 more gaming tables and stay open two more hours following lengthy COVID-19 shutdown.
South Korean casino operators Kangwon Land and Paradise Co Ltd report Q1 losses, as rising COVID-19 infection rates spark fears of new shutdown.
The South Korean casino operator sees a massive year-on-year increase in profit despite the coronavirus drama.
South Korea's largest casino Kangwon Land -- the only one that accepts local residents -- will open doors on May 8 after 11-week pandemic shutdown.
Grand Korea Leisure's three casinos reopen after six weeks; Kangwon Land says costs of pandemic-related shutdown now estimated at KRW286.8b ($233.7m).
South Korea's largest casino Kangwon Land extends its shutdown to May 11 even as the country reports first day of no new COVID-19 infections since February.
Landing International Development completes a share placement that helps it bring in around $17.6 million to help it with the struggling Jeju Shinhwa World integrated resort.
As China continues to be the wild card of the Asian region, Kim spoke about how South Korea’s industry is growing, and managing that risk.
South Korean casino operator Paradise Co Ltd reopening three more casinos, while Grand Korea Leisure and Kangwon Land postpone reopening dates yet again.