‘Semantic Error: The Movie’ Surpasses 40K Admissions in 2 Weeks

Semantic Error: The Movie
Semantic Error: The Movie
Credit: Watcha

Semantic Error: The Movie surpassed 40,000 cumulative admissions 13 days after the release.

The movie depicts a campus romance between two students � computer science major Chu Sang Woo (Jaechan) and visual arts student Jang Jae Young (Park Seo Ham) � who are completely opposite in personality. It’s a movie version of the hit Watcha series Semantic Error, which started a craze earlier this year.

On the 13th, the first reaction screening of Semantic Error: The Movie was held, where audiences were allowed to cheer, applaud, and react freely. The tickets were sold out instantly, and on this day, Jaechan appeared on the stage, greeting the fans.

Semantic Error: The Movie
Credit: Watcha

“When I was filming, I thought that I was shooting a drama,” he said. “But it ended up coming out as a movie, and watching myself on the screen, I could see every bit of my skin, so I was a bit worried.” He continued, “There weren’t many times when we forgot the lines, burst into laughter, or ended up with bloopers. And it was a bit embarrassing to see myself keep bursting into laughter while filming the broccoli scene.”

Following the drama, which saw unprecedented success, the movie is also showing great performance. “It’s so touching that the movie had surpassed 40,000 viewers even when the drama was already out,” Jaechan commented. “Thanks for loving the movie, Park Seo Ham and me.”

Source: Watcha

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