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They both are pretty cruel dramas. Both are made by the same channel, OCN. Both have these special teams solving the cruelest crimes. I really recommend both ones
Recommended by HAVA-RAVA - 8 hours ago
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Both are cute, light hearted dramas about a small business that helps its customers. Both dramas have got supernatural elements in them.
Recommended by Misunderst0_od - 10 hours ago
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Both are action based drama, where the main character is doing a lot of fighting. The female lead is the same actress in both dramas. Both dramas involve a secret to be discovered and slowly seeing the connections between people. The two dramas give off the same vibe.
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Jiy is in this as a conman about to play another con, until he falls in love with his con. One of my favorite dramas.
Recommended by Melo_Addiction - 2 days ago
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Both are revenge dramas, and both deal with very mature subject matter. Qoa, death of a child, missing you deals with rape and other really touchy issues.
Recommended by Melo_Addiction - 2 days ago
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Just because you'll fall in love with Jin Chang Wook. Even though the two stories do not have any similarities you'll definitely fall in love with JCW. <3 <3
Recommended by AnjuLakmini - 2 days ago
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Both have aliens living in Earth due to unexpected circumstances and hilariously trying to adapt.
Recommended by ParkChohwaWiam - 3 days ago
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In both the movies, the husband is scheming behind his wife's back.
Recommended by Sady - 3 days ago
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I watched secret first and it's one of my favorite revenge dramas, but I have never seen such a blood boiling drama in all my life as QOA.
Recommended by Melo_Addiction - 4 days ago
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Gong HyoJin's amazing acting takes on a different, and slightly less 'intelligent' role in The Master's Sun - but pulls it off as flawlessly as she did her eccentric and complex character in It's OK, That's Love.
Both dramas have a lead character (Joong Won in The Master's Sun, Hae Soo in It's OK, That's Love) that sees themselves as a little bit superior and doesn't want to have much to do with the second lead initially, but turns into a comedic and cheeky relationship.
Both have psychological elements to them which can be very sad. Without giving too much away, a departing of a certain soul in TMS reminded me of a soul the metaphorically leaves in IOTL). They also deal with healing wounds and fixing problems of the past.
Both are funny and feel-good dramas.
TMS is a little more slow-paced but has a more complex plot; IOTL has more side-plots, a less complex main story but is more high-intensity and high-emotion.
Recommended by Grace - 4 days ago
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These are both movies that can be easily recommended without giving another movie as an example, but both of these movies have similar themes. The biggest of which is probably injustice - the 'baddie' in the end, wins. The next biggest is family. The strong Father-Daughter relationship in both of these movies is touching and heart-wrenching at the same time. They both also a feel-good, but very sad movies. If you like one, I have no doubt the other would be to your taste.
Recommended by Grace - 4 days ago
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If you like medical dramas, you definitely have to watch these two!
Recommended by Dia - 6 days ago
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Both are procedural drama , that are well executed and written. They both clearly stand alone in there genre with IHYV taking the procedural action of incorporating a supernatural twist. But other than that they are two dramas that you will not want to miss.
Recommended by darkn3ss - 7 days ago
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If you only focused on the news coverage part then this two drama are very similar, then only difference may be that Pinocchio did a better job incorporating many of the potential boom that we sense in Spotlight but that at the time the writers and directors fail to bring to fruition. Still I feel that it a great idea to actually watch Spotlight because you get a better appreciation of Pinocchio.
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Both about families with serious problems and broken bonds that someone comes to help them reconstruct their relationships and become a real family again.
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