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These dramas are from the same writer & director. Both are tragic, star-crossed, love stories. Both feature Kim Bum being the best, and the cutest, side kick ever!
0 Recommended by manicmuse - Apr 5, 2016
Both are RomComs about unlikely couples. Both deal with mature relationship subjects. Both star Chun Jung Myung being extremely charming. There is almost a 10 year difference between the 2 dramas (What's Up Fox is definitely dated), but If you're looking to watch more Chun Jung Myung chemistry, he is equally unexpectedly crushable in both.
0 Recommended by manicmuse - Mar 11, 2016
Although their approaches are different, both focus on a lifelong close relationships, between best friends of the opposite sex, possibly turning into romance.
0 Recommended by manicmuse - Sep 23, 2012
Both are romances about a non conventional rich guy trying to win the heart of strong willed/stubborn girl. Both male leads are reluctant about being pushed into positions of power. Both female leads are aggressive, and self-righteous. There's scheming based on jealousy, and classism, that stand in the way of both couple's happiness. There's also great chemistry in both!
0 Recommended by manicmuse - Feb 23, 2012
Both drama's feature a female lead who gets dragged into a situation that pressures her to pretend to be male. I also really loved the chemistry between the female lead and her male friends in both. Coffee Prince is a bit more mature, but both romances are truly endearing.
0 Recommended by manicmuse - Oct 12, 2011