Korean Airline Uses PSPgo For In Flight Entertainment

By Spencer . January 14, 2010 . 3:08pm

imageMost airlines lend, sometimes for a price, headphones to watch in-flight movies. Jin Air, a no-frills subsidiary of Korean Air, lends PSPgos.

 

The South Korean based airline announced a PSPgo rental service for flights out of Incheon. Passengers can borrow a 16GB PSPgo for 4,000 won ($3.50). What’s loaded on it? The press release mentions games and Minis, but doesn’t specify titles. Sony Computer Entertainment Korea publishes a bunch of stuff they could put on it like Patapon, LocoRoco: Midnight Carnival, and Persona 3 Portable which is fully translated with hangul.


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