Korean Air has joined hands with SM Entertainment, the country's leading entertainment agency, to overhaul safety video on the plane.
Accordingly, Korean Air has applied a new in-flight safety video made in the form of SuperM's music video to all flights, starting with KE621, which will depart at 7:45 a.m. on Nov. 4 from Incheon to Manila.
The in-flight safety video is a video that shows passengers on board the aircraft, including luggage storage, items banned during flight, electronic devices restrictions, no-smoking, seat belt sign and wear, emergency exits, instructions on how to act when air pressure in the passenger compartment is abnormal, and how to wear life suits.
Korean Air expects the new in-flight safety video to make it more interesting to introduce customers essential information on onboard safety.
Korean Air's new safety video on board is an innovative and unconventional form that is unprecedented, a company spokesman said.
S.M. Entertainment's leading hit songwriter Kenzie has created a project song called "Let's Go Everywhere" and made it into a K-Pop music video format.
A new type of safety video in-flight was completed, which was not previously found in the video, the spokesman said.