K-pop acts SuperM and BoA star in Korean Air’s new safety video
The boyband was also appointed the global ambassador for the airline, and the seven members now have their faces on the side of a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
If you’ve ever flown on a plane before, then you’ve probably had to sit through many types of safety videos telling you all the important bits such as where the emergency exits are and why you shouldn’t smoke in the restrooms.
But have you seen one that’s equal parts safety instructions and K-pop music video?
That’s what you get with Korean Air’s new safety video, which features boyband, SuperM, and K-pop star, BoA.
The futuristic-looking video is almost 5 minutes long and features the seven members of the band: Baekhyun, Kai, Taeyong, Mark, Ten, Lucas and Taemin.
The guys help you take note of all the safety features and guidelines, including how to stow your luggage and put on your seatbelt, and when to keep your electronic device, all while singing and dancing to their latest track, Let’s Go Everywhere.
To top it all off, this potentially life-saving information is narrated by veteran K-pop star, BoA.
The video was launched on Monday (Nov 4) and according to Soompi, was first shown on a flight from Incheon, South Korea to Manila, Philippines on Nov 5 at 7.45am Korean time.
Let’s Go Everywhere will be released on Nov 18 with proceeds from the track to be donated to the Global Citizen campaign run by the Global Poverty Project, an organisation that aims to raise awareness about poverty.
The band was also just revealed as the new global ambassador for Korean Air on Wednesday (Nov 6) with the airline unveiling special livery of the seven members on a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
SuperM made their debut on Oct 5 in Los Angeles and their first album topped the Billboard 200 album charts.