SEOUL, Nov. 23 (Korea Bizwire) – From December 1 to the end of February, both Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are offering their respective customers a complimentary five-day coat-check for passengers on their way to warmer destinations.
Asian Airlines introduced its service in 1999, with over 290,000 reported to have made use of the service so far. The coat room is titled “Clean-Up Air” and is located on the west side of basement level one. Customers are charged 2,000 won for each additional day after the free five-day period.
Korean Airlines customers can visit the Hanjin Express counter on basement level one to check their coats.
Those taking neither Asiana Airlines nor Korean Air need not worry, as there are plenty of other options available. Package delivery company CJ Korea Express and the airport sauna will both hold winter jackets and other outerwear, though they charge 2,000 won per day for every article of clothing.
Other options are “Mister Coatroom” and “Jim-Zero”. Mister Coatroom charges a weekly fee of 14,000 won, while Jim-Zero charges 10,000 won for the same duration.
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