The Asian Poker Tour (APT) is scheduled to return in two weeks, with the Royal Palace Casino at the Oriental Hotel in Jeju, Korea, set to host proceedings.
It will be the second APT event of the year, following the first which took place in the Philippines at the end of January.
Korea's Jeon Seung Soo was the victor in the Main Event on that occasion - an achievement that launched him into second in the standings for the APT Player of the Year (POY) 2013 race.
It is Soo's fellow countryman Minsoo Kim who currently holds the lead in the POY rankings, with Nick Blackburn of the USA in third.
Fans of Australian poker will be no stranger to the APT, as Aussie player Liam Anderson was a regular on the tour throughout last year and even came close to bagging the 2012 APT POY title - a crown that was eventually claimed by England's Sam Razavi.