The Airline has added an 8th weekly flight linking Paris and Seoul from May onwards. This daily connection (apart from the second Saturday flight) is carried out on board which the whole of the upper deck is dedicated to business class, Korean is the first company to try out/adopt this configuration. Christened “Prestige class”, this cabin sports 94 chair-beds. Opting to make its in-flight service a priority, the menu is composed of Korean and Western dishes. In terms of gastronomy, Korean Air has always been avant-gardist, cooking up the best French and Korean cuisine. In order to give passengers a chance to discover Korean delicacies, try out the “Bibimbap”, a typical Korean rice-based dish mixed with a mixture of vegetables. In terms of drinks, the airline boasts 42 different wines 11 countries and has been recognised numerous times for its wine cellar and selection on board. And Laurent Perrier Champagne greets First and Business class passengers on all flights from Seoul to America, Europe, South East Asia and Oceania. And lastly, business class travellers may make the most of lounges at the front and rear of the cabin: such a treat!