Ambassador to the World
Culture and Art Sponsorships
Cultural Sponsorship of Top Museums
Korean Air participates in programs for spreading and supporting culture through various methods. To help more visitors enjoy the discoveries and experiences of visiting renowned museums, we provide multimedia devices at the Louvre, the Musee d’Orsay, the British Museum and the State Hermitage Museum. Korean Air plans to consistently contribute support for international cultural heritage projects so that all generations can enjoy the arts.
Travel Photo Contest
Korean Air launches annual travel photo contest to promote travel, as well as to support culture and art. 2019 marks its 26th anniversary and the Korean Air Travel Photo Contest is one of the most renowned photo contest in Korea.
Korean Air Future Artist Olympiad
Each year, Korean Air hosts the children’s “Korean Air Future Artist Olympiad” at the Korean Air hangar. The first place winner is awarded with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s Minister Prize, and also an opportunity to visit an aircraft production site such as Boeing and Airbus. In addition, the first place artwork is wrapped on the aircraft body and fly all over the world.
Korean Air supports the positive effects of sports in our society, and we are making a continuous effort to support our athletes.
As a part of these efforts, our Chairman Yang Ho Cho acted as the chairman for the bid of 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and Pyeongchang was ultimately selected as the host city for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The Korean Air Jumbos Volleyball team was founded in 1969, delighting fans with their high-spirited performances based on their unique teamwork and power. The establishment of the professional volleyball league in 2005 enabled the team to be an integral part of reviving the popularity of volleyball in Korea.
Korean Air consistently supports and promotes prominent athletes. Our athletes have won medals in three consecutive Olympic events — 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Olympics and 2008 Beijing Olympics — which contributed to the rise of Korea’s international standing.
The Korean Speed Skating team was founded in February 2011 to contribute to the advancement of Korean winter sports. Korean national speed skating athletes Lee Seung-Hoon and Mo Tae-Bum are affiliated with Korean Air, and we are providing the utmost assistance for our athletes.
Through the Excellence Program, a select group of Korean artists and high-level athletes are selected. Their international activities are supported by Korean Air in the name and pride of Koreans.