Every time your favorite book/manga/anime gets adapted, it’s like breathing a fresh life into those characters that you have grown to love.
There is nothing more exciting than discovering that a favorite book/webtoon/manga is getting an on-screen adaptation, whether it be a drama, film, or anime. The anticipation of seeing characters you’ve grown to love on the page come to life is an incredible experience. Join us at the BL Xpress as we share our favorite screen adaptations and why.
“A cinematographer is a visual psychiatrist – moving an audience through a movie … making them think the way you want them to think, painting pictures in the dark”- Gordon Willis
“Life is unpredictable, and I feel, to some extent, lighting and cinematography should be a reflection of that”- Rachel Morrison
Cinematography is the art and technology behind film photography.
My watch list is overflowing with BL dramas. This is a statement that I never thought would be feasible.
“Music touches us emotionally, where words alone can’t.” ― Johnny Depp
Adapted from the web novel of the same name by Jeo Soo Ri, Semantic Error is the story of computer science major Cho Sang Woo (Park Jae Chan), and his complicated relationship with design major Jang Jae Young (Park Seo Ham).
An ongoing BL webtoon based on the novel of the same name by Jeo Suri, Semantic Error is illustrated by Angy Kim and serialized in RidiBooks. It focuses on computer science major Chu Sangwoo and Department of Design star Jang Jaeyoung.