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Betting in Jeju Si

Published on: 08/08/2016

Jeju Si is the capital of Jejudo, an island off the North Coast of mainland South Korea. The city has a population of roughly 435,413 million citizens. It is a very popular holiday destination due to having warm summers and mild winters, and is often referred to as “the Island of the gods”. The city’s tourism industry has flourished since the opening of the Jeju International Airport in 1968.

There is plenty to see and do in Jeju city. Of special interest is the natural formation of Dragon’s Head Rock and the world’s biggest botanical garden called “Bunjae Artpia”. The 1970s marked the beginning of new developments such as large hotels and public casinos. In 2011, air passenger flights between the cities of Seoul and Jeju broke new records, officially becoming the world’s busiest passenger air route. Korean Airlines owns and operates the Jeju KAL Hotel & Casino. Located downtown, the venue provides around the clock gambling opportunities, including games machines and tables. Players can enjoy a variety of games such as baccarat, blackjack, roulette and big wheel. The complex also includes a shopping mall and business centre, fitness facilities, bars and restaurants plus an indoor swimming pool.

The Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel and the Ramada Casino can be found on the waterfront. The hotel boasts an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, sauna, spa, fitness centre, tanning room and restaurants. The casino has 24/7 slot machines and table games such as roulette, blackjack, big wheel, Tai Sai and baccarat. The whole facility was created in 2003, and was based upon a luxury cruise ship design.

The T.H.E. Hotel & Vegas Casino also offers around the clock gambling possibilities, with more than 40 gaming machines and 20 table games featuring popular activities like baccarat, mini-baccarat, Tai Sai, blackjack and roulette. The venue also has 300 guest suites, restaurants, an on-site bakery, a fitness club and a sauna,

Founded in 1988, the Jeju Oriental Hotel & Casino offers 24/7 gambling activities. The harbour-side establishment has over 300 guest rooms, and a restaurant serving a breakfast buffet and an evening menu featuring Western, Japanese and Korean cuisine. Further dining and leisure facilities are also available.

Possibly the largest venue in Jeju city is the Paradise Grand Casino. Players have 24/7 access to its 57 gaming machines and 25 tables featuring mini-baccarat, blackjack, roulette, wheel-of-fortune and Tai Sai to name just a few. In addition to its gambling facilities, the establishment comprises of over 500 guest rooms, restaurants, banquet halls, outdoor swimming pool, a pine tree garden and free transport to and from its 36-hole golf course, the Ora Country Club.

Players are required by Korean law to provide International ID or a passport upon entry and must be 19 years of age or above. It is forbidden for Korean Citizens to partake in casino gambling.