Airport is a national border that links one country to countries all over the world, including South Korea. The link for Korea is Incheon International Airport. Passengers, freight and ... See full summary »








Series cast summary:
Ji-Woo Choi ...  Choi Ji Woo 3 episodes, 2007
Jin-wook Lee ...  Kang Ha Joon 3 episodes, 2007
Jung-jae Lee ...  Kim Ji Sung 3 episodes, 2007
David Lee McInnis ...  Charlie 3 episodes, 2007
Yong Jang Yong Jang ...  Mr. Lee 2 episodes, 2007
Hae-hyo Kwon Hae-hyo Kwon ...  Min Byung Kwan 2 episodes, 2007
Jung-hee Moon Jung-hee Moon ...  Seo Myung Woo 2 episodes, 2007
Hyo-ju Park Hyo-ju Park 2 episodes, 2007
Tam-hee Park Tam-hee Park ...  Jang Nan Young 2 episodes, 2007
Jong Hwa Yoon Jong Hwa Yoon ...  Min Uk 2 episodes, 2007


Airport is a national border that links one country to countries all over the world, including South Korea. The link for Korea is Incheon International Airport. Passengers, freight and airplanes take off and land at this place. With 30,000 airport employees working to keep the airport open 24 hours a day. 21 government agencies are located on the airport premises. Airport is more than just an airport: It is a small city. Just like how one airplane part is essential to the safety of the whole flight, every single person who works at Incheon Airport plays an important role in handling the airplane take-offs and landings. "Aircity" is a story about these dedicated people. When your plane ticket is processed and board a plane after having a seat assigned to you, then the pilot will navigate the plane to your destination. After your plane lands, you need to go to the exit gates. It looks like a simple but in fact takes lots of procedure behind and Aircity will show you what happens behind ... Written by me

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Release Date:

19 May 2007 (South Korea) See more »

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Air City See more »

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Air City Couldn't Really Fly
19 October 2013 | by aria-ariana2012See all my reviews

Easy to say that I'm not much of action-flick fan but I'll give this one a try because of Jung-jae Lee and Ji-woo Choi.

It has garnered much attention in So. Korea before it's official release and one of the most anticipated drama of the year.

The story took us to the daily behind the scene work of airport personnel. The struggle they have to face while making sure the passengers are safe.

The starting was fine for me and I'm willing to sit through and give it a chance to make up until the end of the pilot episode. And I was kind of disappointed. I barely watch the next episodes and couldn't find a reason strong enough to continue.

Though, of course, I don't really know much about acting and I can only say it from a viewer's perspective. Jung-jae Lee acting has always leave an impression. Ji-woo Choi acting was pretty much the same as in Winter Sonata. I was hoping to see a different side of her. Jin-wook Lee role was quite good but I wish he would have more facial expression.

Overall, I give it a 7 for effort done on researching the real issues dealing with airport security but nonetheless, a drama should be dramatic at some point. And that's what this drama lack.

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