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Golf course intends to build an investor from South Korea in Primorye

South Korean company Dongnam Industry Co., Ltd. plans to create a golf course on the territory of the integrated entertainment resort "Primorye". The total investment in the project will be about two billion rubles. Agreement of intent potential investor signed with the Development Corporation of Primorsky Krai

The Russian partner of the company is the Vladivostok Country Club. The investor expects to implement the project within a year from the moment of receiving the land plot for rent. According to company chairman Kim Ying-Tae, to implement the idea, no less than 80 hectares of land will be needed.

According to the press service of the regional administration, at the first stage, the investor will make a field of nine holes, build a club house and related infrastructure. At the next stage of the project, a four-star hotel will appear on 100 rooms and nine more golf courses. The main target audience of the project will be players from Korea and Japan, where golf is a popular entertainment and sport.

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