"Korean Air Cargo, a division of Korean Air Lines (KAL), has announced that beginning on June 1 the airline will offer three-times-per-week freighter service between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Seoul/Incheon Airport.
The company will operate a Boeing 747-400F on the route, and has indicated that additional weekly flights are possible during the Pacific Northwest cherry season. According to the International Air Transport Association, Korean Air Cargo carries more air freight than any other airline in the world. It has been ranked among the world's top three cargo carriers each year since 1993."
Can't wait to catch some new freight metal at SEA.