On Lookout we have a prosecutor and a police officer, on Defendant a prosecutor as main characters. In both dramas one of the leads will have to leave their position (but for different reasons). They both are trying to seek for justice for their families, both of them lost a loved one. In both dramas they dont trust the police and the justice system. Also shows a lot of corrupted politicians.
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Both dramas deal about prosecutors, family murder and in both dramas the main leads try to find out what truly happened that lead them to be in the current situation.
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Both have male protagonists that are famous prosecutors who end up in prison. Both have top notch acting, intricate stories about crime, power, jealousy and revenge. The cast is amazing in both dramas.
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Both revolve around cases of men framed and wrongfully sentenced to prison for having killed their family members. Both have prosecutors protagonists trying to uncover the truth, fighting the rich and powerful chaebols behind the case.
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Both have male protagonists that were framed for their family murders and were unjustly imprisoned. They both struggle to bring the truth to light.
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Both dramas include lawyers who solve a crime that is close to home. In Defendant the victims were his wife and daughter whilst in Whisper the assailant is his new bride and her lover (so he his less inclined at the beginning to solve it). In both dramas they have a female helping them solve the crime. Both have similar feeling to them as well.
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Remember-War of the Son put emphasis on a lawyer proofing his father's innocence. Defendant revolves around a prosecutor proofing his own innocence. The father and prosecutor both suffers from memory loss, which makes it harder to prove they are not guilty. The antagonists in both stories are rather similar, they are both sons of rich families who are violent and selfish.
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Both have similar vibes with the storyline of Ji Sung is trying to find justice for his lost lover/wife. Both are fantastic and if you like one you would like the other.
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Ji Sung in Defendant and Joon Gi in Two Weeks are both fugitives on the run, and they both are dads with a little girl. Both are amazing stories with a similar feel of dark mystery, action, and suspense.
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Both protagonists are arrested and sent to prison for crimes they supposedly didn't commit.
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    South Korea
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    Jan 23, 2017 to Mar 21, 2017
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    Monday, Tuesday
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    1 hr. 10 min.


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    8.9 (scored by 2,600 users)
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