Watcha's original drama "Semantic Error" (screenplay by J-Sun Kim Soo-jung, original author Jeosuri) is about to turn around the turning point and release the fifth episode. The process of permeating two different youths, Jang Jae-young (played by Park Seo-ham) and Choo Sang-woo (played by Park Jae-chan), provides fun.
In the fourth episode of Semantic Error, which was released earlier, the story of Jang Jae-young and Choo Sang-woo, who got closer while preparing for the presentation of French classes, was depicted. In particular, a strange atmosphere was formed between Jang Jae-young and Choo Sang-woo, who were trapped in the dressing room while trying to secretly bring the borrowed clothes for the presentation.
Meanwhile, a cool atmosphere is detected again between Jang Jae-young and Choo Sang-woo in the still cut of episode 5 of "Semantic Error," which was released on the 2nd. The cool eyes on each other make us wonder what happened between them.
The photo shows Jang Jae-young and Chu Sang-woo who met in front of Chu Sang-woo's house. Choo Sang-woo looks at Jang Jae-young coldly, and Jang Jae-young's eyes also look disappointed. Finally, Jang Jae-young suggests that the relationship between the two is firmly twisted, leaving the abstract behind.
Abstract actor who lived a life that did not deviate from the set principles, met Jang Jae-young, and whose daily system collapsed. He is trying to push Jang Jae-young, who has approached his life like an error. Will Choo Sang-woo be able to remove Jang Jae-young, the "error," and return to his daily system? How will their relationship change in the future?
Meanwhile, the fifth episode of the campus romance "Semantic Error," which depicts the story of visual design and Insider Jang Jae-young that appeared like an error in his perfectly organized daily life, will be released at 5 p.m. on the 2nd.