Korean national carrier Asiana Airlines formally unveiled its new livery today a ceremony at Seoul Incheon international airport.

The ceremony marked Asiana’s 18th anniversary and the incorporation into new parent company KumhoAsiana Group.
A Boeing 777-200 ER (HL7597) rolled out today at the airport at Asiana's hub at 11:00, with representatives of the airport and airline in attendance (see below).

Asiana aims to repaint all of its fleet in the new colour scheme, a cool grey with a white tone and featuring the KumhoAsiana wing motif, by the end of 2011. 

HL7597 will make its maiden voyage to Narita, Japan tomorrow as flight number OZ104.
Asiana B777 new livery 
 Asiana stewardesses
 Asiana livery ceremony
 Asiana CGI new livery
© Asiana

Airbus is currently test flying an A320-200 (currently F-WWIM, set to be HL7753) in the new colours ahead of delivery to Asiana next month (see below).

Asiana A320 new livery
© French Frogs Aviation Pictures 

Source: FlightGlobal.com