Hello, everyone! Seems like I'm watching Korean more than Malay dramas. Haha. But, this drama is quite special since part of it was shot in Malaysia and this drama also has been sponsored by Air Asia itself. I was quite excited to know people perspective about Malaysia so that's the reason why I watched it. On the drama, they said that views at Putrajaya were similar to Han River at South Korea. As for now, I already watched until episode three. So far so good. I quite like the storyline and chemistry between the lead actor and actress. It is different from the other Korean dramas that I had watched.
"On the Way to the Airport" is the story of a married woman named Choi Soo-A (Kim Ha-Neul) and a married man named Seo Do-Woo (Lee Sang-Yoon). The meeting of them makes their life change quickly.
Choi Soo-A works as a flight attendant for an airline and has been working there for 12 years. Her husband is a pilot and they have a 12-years-old daughter. Beside, Seo Do-Woo works as a part-time instructor in architecture. He has a bright and warm heart. He is married and they have a daughter, but a shocking incident occurs.
Choi Soo-A thinks she is content with her life, but then she meets Seo Do-Woo. Her life changes. Seo Do-Woo, due to the incident, he becomes confused and Choi Soo-A comes into his life. They complement each other.
If you're interested in watching this drama, go here.
- I don't know why Do-Woo's wife hates their daughter so much. But the thing that I knew from watching the drama is Annie is a stepdaughter to Do-Woo. Maybe because she having affairs and got pregnant? I don't know. We will know why from the next episodes, I guess.
- Not just that, Choi Soo-A's husband also being so assertive to his daughter. He sent her daughter to other countries and seems not care about her at all.
- This is my first time watching a drama which a married person fall in love with another married person. It is also rare to watch a drama or movie about aviation industries (In Malaysia we only have Awan Dania, if I'm not mistaken). It's unique, I can say?
- So far, on the first and second episode shot in Malaysia like Putrajaya, Istana Budaya, and few more places. And few throwback time at other episodes.