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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on July 20th, 2013 at 1:02 pm

Picture of the Day: New Airline Uniforms

Crew of Jin Air show off the airline’s new uniforms in Seoul on Wednesday. /Newsis

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  • Liz
    1:14 pm on July 20th, 2013 1

    That’s awesome!
    Built for comfort.

  • John in NY
    1:25 pm on July 20th, 2013 2

    Looks like a tv show.

  • John in NY
    1:25 pm on July 20th, 2013 3

    Promo that is.

  • JoeC
    1:56 pm on July 20th, 2013 4

    Is the timing right for this? Presenting the image of extremely casual, lackadaisical and on a shoestring budget, so soon after the Asiana incident? I hope the can convince potential passengers they have enough money to invest in professional quality pilot training. :roll:

  • jimbo
    3:03 pm on July 20th, 2013 5

    trashy.

  • Vince
    3:06 pm on July 20th, 2013 6

    Comfortable, yes. “Jin” = “Jeans”, makes sense.

    I always find it amusing, however, when an organization has eight (8) different “UNIFORM” combinations. Functional differences I understand, but aesthetic differences kind of go against the meaning of “Uniform”, don’t they? Certain military organizations we all know have this same dynamic, which ends up costing everyone more money for questionable benefits.

  • JoeC
    3:10 pm on July 20th, 2013 7

    I posted something here. It showed up for a while then disappeared :?:

  • Flyingsword
    3:41 pm on July 20th, 2013 8

    How will I be able to distinguish crew from passenger now?

  • guitard
    5:56 pm on July 20th, 2013 9

    I flew Jin Air to Cheju Island last year. I think to a certain degree, they model themselves after Southeast Airlines, i.e., very casual and friendly atmosphere and they seem to want to do things differently than the competition.

  • Leon LaPorte
    7:28 pm on July 20th, 2013 10

    I’ve flown Jin air numerous time. Great, no frills, inexpensive for short trips. As far as I can tell, I see nothing new with the uniforms. They were just like this over two years ago. There was no issue with identifying who was a crew member as most individuals on the flight did not have learning disabilities. :razz:

  • tbonetylr
    8:03 pm on July 20th, 2013 11

    Comfortable? I think not, those ain’t baggy jeans they’re wearing and if you watched those women get into them you’d agree. Don’t tell me they’re wearing tacky heels with those jeans?
    How to Put on Skinny Jeans

  • kushibo
    9:48 pm on July 20th, 2013 12

    I flew Jeju Air recently and saved a lot of money over Korean or Asiana (even if I’d gone and spent 2000 won for a coffee). Nice that we have these affordable no-frills options for short-haul flights to Japan, nearby US territories, or the Asian Mainland.

  • Smokes
    12:29 am on July 21st, 2013 13

    Tbone you subscribe to many teenage girls on YouTube? :razz:

    Surfer you sound like the kinda guy I walk up to, bitchslap, then point to the door. That’s your cue to hold back the tears and run out sobbing holding your hand to your cheek.

  • kushibo
    10:58 pm on July 21st, 2013 14

    They ALL wanted to talk with us.

    I’ll bet.

    마이 내이미즈 현숙. 아이 해브 원 시스터 앤드 원 리틀 브러더. 시스터 이즈 올더. 홧트 아르 요어 호비스?

  • Glans
    3:26 am on July 22nd, 2013 15

    Here’s the Google translation of kushibo 15:
    My inner Ms. virtuous. Kid Sister won Havelock Inn Little Brother won. Sister Alderney Izu. Services are hwatteu yoeo issue?

  • JoeC
    4:50 am on July 22nd, 2013 16

    #15

    I’m sure you knew he was using hangul to write phonetic English. “My name is Hyun-suk. I have one sister and one little brother. Sister is older. What are your hobbies?”

  • kushibo
    4:54 am on July 22nd, 2013 17

    Glans, I don’t know if you were taking the piss in #15 or if you really can’t read Han-gŭl. If it’s the former, bravo to your deadpan humor. If it’s the latter, I would say you frequent enough Korea-related forums to have a go at it.

  • Glans
    7:50 am on July 22nd, 2013 18

    kushibo, when I give attention to languages which I have no opportunity to speak, but which would be fun to read, they are Ancient Greek and Latin. Please understand my culture.

 

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