A behind-the-scenes story has been revealed that some kiss scenes in the BL (Boy’s Love) drama “Semantic Error” were proposed by actors Park Seo-ham and Park Jae-chan.
According to Sports W on March 11th, the director of Watcha’s original drama “Semantic Error” revealed that Park Seo-ham and Park Jae-chan added kiss acting in a scene where there was originally no physical contact.
The director said that the ending of episode 8, where Sang-woo (Park Jae-chan)‘s emotions burst out, originally had no skinship. However, Park Seo-ham, who played the role of Jae-young, suggested a kiss.
It was then revealed that the kiss scene in the epilogue was also created by the active character immersion of Park Seo-ham and Park Jae-chan.
After grasping the emotions of the characters in the drama, the two suggested that it would be weird if there was no kiss scene.
The director praised the actors, saying that the scenes were enriched thanks to Park Seo-ham and Park Jae-chan‘s ideas and chemistry.
“Semantic Error” is a work that has been gaining favorable reviews for the cast’s outstanding acting skills even though it belongs to a rare genre called BL.
“Semantic Error” took first place in the TOP10 rankings immediately after its release. It also ranked first in Watcha’s viewing rankings for 3 consecutive weekends.
Meanwhile, Park Seo-ham entered the training center on March 10th.
He will receive basic military training and fulfill his duty as a social service worker.