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Korean Air Unveils an In-flight Safety Video Featuring a Virtual AI Human

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New inflight safety video from Korean Air features virtual humans. The video shows a virtual human in a Korean Air flight attendant uniform giving safety instructions.

The airline wants to reach a diverse customer base comprised of all ages and cultural backgrounds by introducing the concept of virtual humans in its safety video. By using sleek visuals, passengers’ attention will be captured and viewers’ engagement levels will increase.

Korean Air virtual humans
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Metaverse Entertainment of Netmarble F&C created Rina, the virtual human and MAVE, the virtual girl group of four, for this airline safety video.

“Korean Air Safety Lounge” is designed with aircraft motives as the setting for the video. By creating the virtual space, the inflight safety rules can be explained and understood more easily. The virtual flight attendant Rina, who gives safety instructions in flight attendant uniforms, has completed safety training at Korean Air’s Cabin Crew Training Center and has been appointed as an honorary flight attendant. Members of MAVE act as passengers following safety instructions.

With effect from January 4, Korean Air will begin playing the new safety video on all flights, and the video will also be available on the airline’s official YouTube channel (@koreanair).

In addition to reminding customers about inflight safety, the safety video provides them with an enhanced customer experience. You will learn how to store carry-on luggage, wear a seatbelt, prohibited items during your flight, how to handle cabin pressure abnormalities, where to find the emergency exits, and how to put on a life jacket in the video. It also includes information on how to store carry-on luggage, wear a seatbelt, and smoke regulations.


This will become a great example of the synergy created between the aviation industry and digital technology. We intend to change perceptions of inflight safety videos with these new ideas, and make them more relatable and engaging for passengers. Korean Air representative.

Jacque is a travel, food and lifestyle blogger. At the age of 20, she started exploring instagrammable places, discovering fascinating cultures, trying various cuisines, and taking amazing photos from local and international travel destinations. Alongside her adventures, she passionately creates Hallyu content.

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