The flow fields around NACA0012 and NACA0002 at Reynolds number of 23, 000, and their aerodynamic characteristics are analyzed. Computations are conducted with implicit large-eddy simulation solver and Reynolds-averaged-Navier-Stokes solver. Around this Reynolds number, the flow over an airfoil separates, transits and reattaches, resulting in generation of a laminar separation bubble at angle of attack in the range of certain degrees. Over a NACA0012 airfoil a separation point moves toward its leading edge with increasing angle of attack, and a separated flow may transit to create a short bubble. On the other hand, over a NACA0002 airfoil a separation point is kept at its leading edge, and a separated flow may transit to create a long bubble. Moreover, there appears nonlinearity in lift curve for NACA0012 airfoil, but does not appear in that for NACA0002 in spite of existence of a laminar separation bubble.