INCHEON, South Korea (WTNH) – Mohegan Sun has been granted a licence to open a new resort location in South Korea.

According to the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA), who Operates Mohegan Sun properties, MTGA along with KCC Corporation and Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) have been awarded a licence from the Korean Government to develop and build an integrated resort at Incheon International Airport in Korea.

“We are pleased with the Korean Government’s decision to award us the opportunity to help fulfill their vision of driving economic development by growing tourism, creating jobs, and showcasing Korean culture via the integrated resort,” said Bobby Soper, President of MTGA.

The plan so far calls for a three-tower luxury five star hotel, shopping and dining locations, arena, an indoor-outdoor amusement and adventure park, and a casino all connected to terminal at the airport.

“KCC is thrilled that its partnership with the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority has been awarded the opportunity to develop this exciting and transformative integrated resort which will be instrumental in bringing new generations of tourists to Incheon,” said KCC Chairman Chung Mong-Jin.