Seoul just got its first at one of those village-like resorts packed with shopping malls, casinos and theaters—like you might find on Macau.
But thanks to its upscale ambience (you'll even find real Damien Hirsts and Yayoi Kusamas), it's unlikely that Paradise City
) will take on the seedy, raucous gambling meccas.
The mammoth development near Incheon International Airport and Yeongjongdo Island packs in 711 rooms (from around B7,000/night) and a plethora of facilities: indoor and outdoor pools, boutique shops, a bowling alley, Playstation gaming zone, fitness facilities and the all-important casino. Here, though, it's only open to foreigners, who are free to gamble 24 hours.