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Both are romantic comedies revolving around an ordinary girl who has been job seeking for a while, being employed by a rich man with an arrogant personality and poor social skills, and even though they dislike each other at first, they soon fall in love.
0 Recommended by SilverCloud
Both involves the rich and the poor... but it's not just about being rich or poor, it's also about the choices people (the characters) make and weather the outcome will be a good one that makes them happy, or a bad one that makes them suffer.
0 Recommended by Oppa-kiss-me
Rich Men and a poor women. One talks more about the fancy lifestyles about the rich than the other but both main leads are peculiar and have interesting personalities. The second lead tends to have some air of mystery, but are good guys in the end. Second female lead in rich man poor woman is similar to one of the girls that become interested in Jun Pyo as well.
0 Recommended by ahmi_chan
there are much of similarities between both drama.. when i was watching suki koto, couple of times i was like literally screaming "gosh, that's so RMPW!!" The pace and tension are different, suki koto has more sweet moments, whereas RMPW has more comedy in it. Both are about summer romance. highly recommended!
0 Recommended by misozoupp
Whatching this drama I kept being reminded of Priceless all the time. Rich man is a lot more romance-y, but both these titles are about passionate and talented bussinessmen who end up having to rebuild their companies. Priceless is also very interesting, well written and extremely funny and enjoyable. A definitive must watch for all Jdrama lovers out there!
0 Recommended by lillith
If you like fun, exciting, action and history, then this movie is for you. I do recommend this movie is quite full with history and action. Shun Oguri is quite talented in acting and making his role come alive. And to add up the spark, we have Kou Shibasaki, a lovely actress. And a Japanese-Amercian, Kiko Mizuhara. She is really born in U.S. and his father is Japanese and her mother is American.
0 Recommended by KenWong