INCHEON, South Korea (CelebrityAccess) — The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, operator of Mohegan Sun Casino and other properties, and the Incheon International Airport Corporation announced that they have finalized an agreement and additional details on the new airport-attached entertainment district in Incheon, South Korea.
The proposed resort will be named the Inspire Integrated Resort, and its designers hope that it will serve as the entertainment, tourism and hospitality industry district in the region. The proposed district will include shopping centered tourism with more than 18,500 sq. meters of retail, food, art and music space. A luxury hotel complex, the largest entertainment arena in South Korea and an 18,500 square foot indoor/outdoor amusement park.
The district will also include a 20,000 square meter casino with 250 tables and 1,500 slot machines.
Bobby Soper, President of MTGA, said, "We are pleased to progress to the next stage of our proposed partnership with IIAC by finalizing a conceptual agreement on Inspire, a visionary, first of-its-kind resort that represents the next major evolution in the global hospitality, tourism and gaming industries. We are excited to extend the unique Mohegan Sun brand with the support and collaboration of IIAC as we work to develop a must-visit destination. We also look forward to playing a meaningful role in contributing to Korea's dynamic economy." – Staff Writers