The light armed helicopter shows off its mobility but the highlight of the show is the performance of the fifth-generation stealth fighter jets the F-35As which were unveiled to the public earlier this month.
A mock-up of the envisioned indigenous cutting-edge fighter aircraft being developed under Korea's 7-and-a-half-billion U.S. dollar KF-X project is also on display revealed for the very first time during the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition.
This year's event kicks off on Tuesday at the Seoul Airport in Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do Province.
"During the six-day event, participants can experience the latest technologies in aerospace and other weapons systems."
Various programs for the public are also ready.
Visitors can check them out at the event's website.
Tickets can be purchased online.
"I think it's fantastic to be able to witness such state-of-the-art jets flying across the sky. So far, I've only been able to see them on TV or magazines. But to see them in person, certainly assures me about South Korea's defense capabilities."
Some 430 companies from 34 countries are participating in this year's event.
Senior level military officials from over 50 countries and experts are also taking part, with various business meetings and seminars slated to be held on the sidelines of the event.
Kim Ji-yeon, Arirang News, Seongnam.