Korean drama Semantic Error reached its last episode on Thursday (10/3/2022). Airing since last February 16, the drama, which is based on the BL manhwa, has succeeded in stealing the hearts of the audience.
The prestige of the two main characters, Park Seo Ham and Park Jae Chan DONGKIZ, was boosted with the success of the drama Semantic Errors. No wonder, because this Korean drama from Watcha Original has the following advantages.
1. The visuals of Park Seo Ham and Jae Chan DONGKIZ that captivate the audience
Korean drama Semantic Error played by two idol actors, Park Seo Ham ex KNK and Park Jae Chan DONGKIZ. As idol actors, of course their visuals are unquestionable.
Jae Chan has become successfulaegi‘ aka the audience’s favorite baby. Meanwhile, Park Seo Ham managed to make viewers ‘Terseoham-seoham.’
Both of them are commendable for their acting. In addition, the other cast, which were dominated by young actors, such as Kim Noh Jin and Song Ji Oh, also appeared in totality.
2. An adapted version that is quite faithful to the original work
Drama Semantic Error also reaped praise, both among Korean audiences outside and inside Korea. The reason is, this adaptation drama is considered quite loyal to the original version.
If usually adaptation manhwa or novels are protested, because they are too different, this series directed by Kim Su Jeong is just the opposite. Although of course there are slight differences that are unavoidable.
Park Seo Ham and Jae Chan DONGKIZ are also considered successful in bringing the characters Jang Jae Young and Chu Sang Woo coveted by fans.
3. The story of enemy to lovers that makes you excited and tugs at the heart
Semantic Error tells the story of two college students, Jang Jae Yong and Chu Sang Woo. Jae Young, a cheerful design major and slengeanis Sang Woo’s senior, a computer science student who always lives a disciplined and orderly life.
The beginning of their meeting was not smooth. The actions of Sang Woo, who complained to the lecturer that Jae Young was absent from group assignments, made his senior cancel his graduation. Due to fate, Sang Woo is finally forced to collaborate with Jae Yong for his game project.
Quarrels and tensions are clearly unavoidable. However, as time went on, the two began to realize that there was something special about this explosive relationship.
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4. The chemistry between Park Seo Ham and Park Jae Chan that melts
Despite being their first BL drama, Park Seo Ham and Park Jae Chan have shown it chemistry outstanding. Natural and not awkward acting really helps the audience to get lost in the story Semantic Errors.
They were also praised for their sensitive acting and being able to express emotions. And eyes that seem to radiate feelings.
Not only on the screen, the intimacy of the two can also be seen behind the scenes, you know. Seo Ham who is 8 years older than Jae Chan, so friendly and nurturing hoobaehis. No wonder the fans are getting excited.
5. The story of Park Seo Ham and Jae Chan DONGKIZ so they can play in Semantic Error
Jae Chan admitted that his agency was opposed to him when he wanted to play a role in the drama boys love this success. The more doubtful, he is even more motivated to appear extra.
“The desire to try it was getting stronger, so I persuaded my agency. That’s how I was finally able to star in this series,” he said as reported by Sports Khan.
On the other hand, Seo Ham himself had refused when he was first offered to play in Semantic Error. He again refused the offer when he was invited back after leaving his old agency.
Seo Ham admitted that he was burdened by the popularity of the original work and the drama platform. Moreover, many were against the adaptation of the award-winning manhwa at first. Seo Ham is also not confident because it has been a long time since he last acted.
“However, the drama came to me when I was at my lowest point. And I got the opportunity to work with Jae Chan. So I thought, I’ll give it a try and feel ‘This will be a priceless experience,’” said Seo Ham.
5. Short duration and slightly addictive episodes
Korean drama Semantic Error consists of 8 episodes of 23 minutes each. Airing since February 16, Semantic Error reached the final episode on Thursday (10/3/2022). Apart from the Watcha platform, you can watch the story of Jae Young and Sang Woo on streaming services Viki or GagaOOLala.
This short episode and short duration actually makes the storyline even more dense. Inevitably, there will always be interesting developments in each part. This also makes fans addicted and want a second season soon. In fact, Park Seo Ham had to start his military service right on the day of the last episode Semantic Error show it! Really love.
How, already interested in watching the sweet drama Semantic Error? Are you team Jang Jae Young or Chu Sang Woo, huh?!
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