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both movies are an adaption from mangas and in the action / thriller genre
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both movies are an adaption from mangas and in the action / thriller genre
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terminal illnesses..... different ending but same feels... especially when in the hospital :))
Recommended by canyousaywhuut - 1 day ago
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Both are kdramas about personal growth with friends through music. One is kpop though, and Cantabile is about classical music. Both have an adorable ragtag group of music students.
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A cop undercover for many years and he is thinking that this is the last job! This is identical, right down to the use of morse code and two opposing undercover (one good and one bad).
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They obviously took the flashback and made an entire movie for the Japanese movie special from Internal Affairs II. The story is about a cop who has been undercover for over 10 years since finishing the Police Academy and only one person knows he is a cop.
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Both movies have a taciturn lead whose armor gets stripped down by the girl.
Both movies are the story of two jaded people falling in love...
Recommended by Sady - 4 days ago
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Though Cyrano Agency leans more on the romantic comedy side and Architecture 101 on the melodrama one, both deal with the bittersweetness of first love.
Recommended by Sady - 4 days ago
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Both dramas deal with a couple getting married because of an arrangement and because the girl is head over heels for the guy. Though Wedding is more mature than than Sweet 18.
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Wakamono Tachi bears a strong resemblance to Under One Roof to an astounding degree. There might be more siblings in Under One Roof, but those in Wakamono Tachi share the same issues as many of them (albeit mixed around). The eldest brother in each is a hard-working, lovable goofball who talks loud and fast. There's a lot of bickering at the table, a young sister having an affair with an older man at work, etc. But aside from these other similarities, both are warm family dramas with a lot of heart and a good message. Plus, they each have "the cast of the decade," so to speak.
Recommended by mysecretsoul - 4 days ago
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Both revolve around wandering martial artists who learn some powerful martial arts from some master and end up becoming renown. Both main characters dont rely solely on their martial arts but also on their cunning and careful planning. A Step Into the Past would be a casual recommendation for wuxia fans that have already seen all the better shows like Laughing in The Wind. Both are historicals but A Step Into the Past begins in "modern time".
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Both are adaptations of Jin Young novels though they are different stories. Both are the best adaptations of their respective stories. If you liked one you'll probably like the other. First time I watched Demi Gods & Semi Devils I dropped it because from the first episode, I thought the martial arts was too over the top, exaggerated and fake/sloppy. But after giving it another go a couple months later, I realized it was pretty well done (or at least maybe in its later episodes). So I Highly recommend either for fans of wuxia series. Lots of good martial arts action.
Recommended by WanderingRonin - 4 days ago
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Both dramas are based on chinese internet novels written by the same author, Gu Man.
Recommended by Kim-Park-Lee - 5 days ago
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It's basically the same drama, but the korean version. In both dramas the girls house is destroyed and she has to live with the family of the boy she likes, because her father and the boy's parents know eachother.
Recommended by DramaWatcher - 5 days ago
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Both drama couples have great chemistry and are affectionate to each other. The skinship's are great
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