AirAsia Sponsors KBS Korean Drama “On The Way to the Airport”
Fanatics of Korean dramas will definitely be delighted with the upcoming debut of “On The Way to the Airport” by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). AirAsia, deemed as the largest and leading low-cost airline, is proud to announce that it sponsors the said drama.
“On The Way to the Airport”
This Korean drama tackles the relationships of the characters who work at the aviation industry. It is worth noting that the main characters of the said show portray as AirAsia’s cabin crew and pilot.
Different scenes of “On The Way to the Airport” captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia plus those that are related to the aviation industry were fully sponsored by the airline.
To make the sponsorship even more exciting as well as to celebrate the imminent debut of this drama, the company is giving away prizes to the watchers. One goodie is the scale model aircraft. This one is signed by Park Ji-Sung, the brand ambassador of AirAsia.
How To Participate
Those who wish to participate in the said AirAsia’s promo should have to capture some images of airline in the drama. These images are expected to make appearance in the episodes 1 and 2 of the said drama. Viewers should upload these photos to the official Korean language Facebook page of AirAsia: www.facebook.com/airasiakorea. More details are posted on this page.
“AirAsia has always had a close relationship with popular culture,” said Kathleen Tan, the airline’s North Asia President. “This sponsorship is a good way to support the Korean entertainment industry as well as to showcase both our brand and the airline industry in general in Korea and elsewhere in Asia, where Korean dramas are widely enjoyed.”
You can catch the show every 10 p.m. (GMT +9) during Wednesdays and Thursdays via KBS 2TV.
To date, AirAsia provides services to 27 countries. It boasts 120 destinations in the whole Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East as well as New Zealand. It also operates 64 flights every week – from Busan and Incheon to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Manila, Cebu and Kalibo in the Philippines plus Bangkok Don Mueang in Thailand.