In both dramas the main role is trying to do things that are new to them (ie. beginner lawyer/bounty hunter). Their character development unfolds through dealing with separate cases in each episode. Difference: HUNTER has more "room" in the series for fun moments.Written by koalola , Jun 16, 2012
of the separate stories each episode. In both dramas the main role is trying to do things that are new to them (ie. beginner lawyer/bounty hunter). Their character development unfolds through dealing with separate cases in each episode. Difference: HUNTER has more "room" in the series for fun moments.Written by koalola , Jun 16, 2012
Both stories deal with teenagers, their problems with law and how they learn to trust people. Main characters are forced into dificult situations but they manage to escape it and gain trust from their friends. Besides, the leads in both dramas are cute)Written by ghost , Jun 15, 2012
they are both very sad and emotional and when i watched both these dramas i cried like a baby but they are full of love and sadness.Written by MAROUZINA , Jun 15, 2012
Despite their time period differences, the male protagonists face similar issues/problems. Both try to seek individuality and avenge their loved ones. The female characters are also alike in the sense that they're strong and kicka**. They are definitely unconventional characters for women set in those time periods. Bridal Mask and The Princess's Man consist of cliffhangers at the end of every episode. There is constant suspense in both dramas. The division b/w drama, action, politics, and love are also mixed very well together.Written by Starlitelet , Jun 14, 2012
It's the Korean version of this drama. Starring Lee Minho and Kim Hyung Joon. Enjoy.Written by changminnion , Jun 14, 2012
Both series deal with an accidental one night stand which results in the female lead accidentally getting pregnant. However in one series it is the female who is the rich director of a company and the male the poor spinster(I do I do) and in the other it is the exact opposite.Written by Syaoran165 , Jun 12, 2012
Both dramas deal with the female lead having to deal with their respective diseases which may or may not result in their death in the end and having to deal with the love that develops during their time of illness at the same time. Also both are tearjerkers and if you easily cry at heart-wrenching scenes in movies, then I would also recommend that you have a Kleenex box hand just in case.Written by Syaoran165 , Jun 12, 2012
Both stories are about exchanging souls with another person. In Secret garden the souls of a man and a woman are exchanged, though in Big it happens to two men. From watching the 1 episode you have to know how the story continues. Enjoy yourself !!!Written by MinJii , Jun 12, 2012
Body-switching romantic comedies never get old! It's hilarious to see hot actors like Gong Yoo and Hyun Bin behave like they're someone else trapped inside their body.. and the parallels to the plot are naturally many.Written by catchlight , Jun 11, 2012
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