Gaijins Entertainment Center will close its doors on Friday, January 31, 2017, the company announced on its official website.
Gaijin will replace the existing facility with a new, $3 million entertainment center and restaurant in the center’s former space.
The project is part of Gaiju’s $40 million expansion of the facility to accommodate the company’s growing clientele, including a major Hollywood film production.
According to the Gaijing Entertainment Center’s official website, the center will feature an interactive multimedia entertainment experience for adults and children, a Gaijo theater, a retail store, a new stage, and an outdoor seating area.
The new entertainment center will have a seating capacity of 1,300 and will include the “most extensive and expansive space for theatrical and interactive entertainment ever developed in the region,” according to the announcement.
“The new facility will provide a place for Gaijiens’ existing and future clients to experience the excitement of Gyoan entertainment through an exciting experience and the latest innovations in Gyojin.”
According to Gaijun, the new entertainment facility will be the largest entertainment venue in the entire region.
The Gaijanet’s website also describes the new space as a “unique and exceptional venue.”
The project will include renovation of the building to include new lighting and a new sound system, as well as renovation of existing lighting and installation of a new canopy over the Gyojanet.
The announcement of the project follows the announcement in March of a similar Gaija project at the Gobi Desert in southern Mongolia.
The Mongolian Government also announced plans to expand Gaijas facilities, including expanding its existing Gai-jin center.
Giant Bomb’s Nick Vaknin and Paul Giamatti contributed to this report.
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