Korean company Lotte Tour Development says it will welcome its first foreign customers to the Jeju Dream Tower casino since it opened a year ago this month, with around 100 visitors from Singapore expected in the coming weeks.
The company announced over the weekend that the first direct flight between Singapore and Jeju will land on the Korean holiday island on June 15 with eight tourists planning to fly directly to Jeju Dream Tower after completing a PCR test, where they will stay. four nights. .
They will be the first foreign customers of the casino since its opening on June 11, 2021.
“The visa-free entry system to Jeju Island will resume from this month, and direct outbound flights will be opened one after another, starting with Thailand and Singapore, so that more foreigners will visit Jeju Dream Tower,” Lotte Tour said in a statement.
The tallest building in Jeju at 38 stories or 169 meters high, Jeju Dream Tower features a shopping mall, 14 restaurants and bars, an outdoor swimming pool, a top-floor skydeck with lounge, two spas, and a casino with 150 tables and 300 slot machines.
The casino itself, moved last year from its former home to the much smaller Lotte Hotel Jeju, covers more than 5,000 square meters and offers 141 table games, 190 slot machines and 71 electronic table games.