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7Luck Casino Center – Bringing you Luck in 7 Colors
Nestled in the heart of downtown southern Seoul, 7Luck Casino offers gaming facilities that can accommodate 400 gamers at a time. The casino is conveniently located within COEX, the location of the Korea City Air Terminal, and is directly connected with the Intercontinental Hotel and the Oakwood Premiere Residence.
The first floor houses the information center and lobby, with a waiting room to accommodate those who do not have access to the casino. The VIP room, VIP Reception, and game tables occupy the second floor. The casino is open to foreign visitors 24/7 all year round.
Following the opening of the first site at COEX on January 27, 2006, 7Luck Casino will open its second and third casinos at the Millennium Seoul Hilton Hotel and the Busan Lotte Hotel, in June 2006.
Visitor Information
Information: +82-2-3466-6000 (ARS/English, Japanese, Chinese)
Website: www.7luck.com (English, Japanese, Chinese)
Transportation: * By bus: Incheon International Airport→Take a city air limousine bus for Korea City Air Terminal (05:30~22:30/buses every 5 to 10 minutes/1 hour/13,000 won)→Get off at the Korea City Air Terminal bus stop. The 7Luck Casino is located in the left-side of the building that houses the Korea City Air Terminal.
* By subway: Subway Line 2, Samseong Station, exit 5, 6→Walk straight in the direction of COEX Intercontinental Hotel until you pass by Hyundai Department Store→
Take a right turn at the crossroad (5-minute walk)
※ Games!
7Luck Casino offers Baccarat, Roulette, Caribbean Poker, Taisai, Big Wheel, slot machines, video machines, and jumbo machines. There are machine games, which accept Korean currency from 500-won coins to 10,000-won paper bills.
For table games like Baccarat, Roulette, Caribbean Poker, Taisai, and Big Wheel, Korean currency can be exchanged for chips at the tables. The table shows the minimum and maximum bets allowed. Each table can accommodate 6 to 7 gamers at a time.
※ Major Features of 7Luck Casino
7Luck Casino boasts a unique interior design incorporating traditional Korean style. Above each table is a traditional tiled roof with Korean lanterns as lighting. The theme is also reflected in the design of the game room doors and in the restaurant decor.
Beverages, sandwiches and other light snacks are served at the gaming tables so that patrons need not interrupt their games. At the end of the game, chips can be exchanged for cash at the change booth inside the casino. Gamers can also exchange foreign currencies (USD, HKD, CNY, JPY, EUR, AUD, GBP, CAD, SGD, and TWD) with Korean currency, or receive cash with a Visa, Master Card, or JC credit card.
Guests can rest assured there will be no communication difficulties during the games. All dealers speak basic English, Japanese, and Chinese, ensuring ease and enjoyment at the gaming table. If the need arises, guests may ask for translation services at the information center, where staff members are fluent in foreign languages.
※ Useful Tips
Be sure to bring your passport, as everyone entering the casino is required to show it at the entrance. 7Luck Casino is opened only to patrons of foreign nationality. All local persons who accompany casino guests will be accommodated in the waiting room on the first floor. Those arriving by car can use the casino’s private parking at COEX.

You can exchange your lucky mileage points, which can be accumulated every time you gamble at Seven Luck Casino for a KTC Seven Luck Card. KTC's Seven Luck Card is an electronic gift certificate, which is prepaid and multifunctional which allows you to use it as a calling card. You can use it at almost all Shinhan Card affiliated membership stores in Korea except some affiliated membership stores such as Lotte Department.
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Date 01/24/2008



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