Korean Air's new first class Kosmo Suites play the privacy card with higher partitions and sliding doors.
They'll be launched on the airline's Boeing 777-300ER jets, which will feature eight of the new suites, to be followed by newly-purchased Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, Boeing 747-8i jumbos and the Airbus A330-300.
However, the suites won't be fitted to Korean Air's Airbus A380.
Each suite gets a large 24 inch HD video screen with a handheld touchpad controller.
Earlier this year Korean Air revealed the latest generation of its Prestige Suite business class, which extends to a fully-flat bed and adopts a staggered 2-2-2 layout so that each passenger enjoys suite-like privacy along with easy access to the aisle.
The seat is 21.6 inches wide but gains an extra inch in flat bed mode, with an armrest that automatically slides down to increase bed width.
Each traveller is treated to an 18 inch HD video panel and touchpad controller.
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