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Korean Air wraps a plane in time for the holidays
Winning drawing becomes fancy wrapping paper for a Boeing 747
These days, if you're an elementary student who draws well, your paintings don't just get tacked up on the refrigerator at home.
On Saturday, Korean Air unveiled a Boeing 747-400 that had been wrapped in a brightly colored children's drawing which had won first place in the airline's third "Draw Your Own Plane" contest for elementary children.
As part of the 2010-2012 Visit Korea campaign, the theme for this year's contest was "The beautiful Korea you would like to introduce to foreign friends."
In addition to getting a plane wrapped in their work, Dorim Elementary School students Shin-yoo and Shin-ji won also won a trip to the Boeing headquarters in Seattle.
Starting with the domestic Gimpo-Busan route, the pretty plane will also be making international rounds.
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