South Korea's flagship carrier, Korean Air, successfully transported billions of dollars of artwork by Picasso earlier this month from Paris to Incheon for a new exhibition.
The company said Friday that it delivered a total of 110 pieces by the famous modern artist, including paintings, sculptures and ceramics weighing a total of 22 tons.
They'll be on display at the Seoul Arts Center from this Saturday, May 1st until August 29th in celebration of the 140th anniversary of Picasso's birth.
Korean Air is experienced in transporting extremely precious cargo, having carried works from the Louvre, London's National Gallery and other famous venues where climate control and other factors are crucial.
Korean Air will be in charge of taking Picasso's works back to Paris too.