Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment's planned outdoor theme park at its integrated resort in South Korea may face long delays and plans are being revised, local media reports.
Paradise Co, an operator of foreigner-only casinos in South Korea, reported its monthly sales for April, which continue to show a choppy recovery falling 34 percent from the prior month.
Bobby Soper, the newly appointed international president at Mohegan Sun, talks to Asia Gaming Brief about the group’s vision for its resort in Incheon, South Korea and aspirations for a license in Nagasaki, Japan. He says the group’s entertainment-focused, non-gaming model will help to cushion Mohegan from the notorious volatility in South Korea’s foreigner-only casino market.
Landing International said it has appointed Huang Wei as a non-executive director to oversee the group's theme park and hotel operations.
Mohegan Sun is confident that its entertainment-centric business model will help it succeed in South Korea’s notoriously volatile foreigner-only casino market.