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Both stories involve the element of time travel. They are both very moving and have similar themes.
Recommended by Michigoyo - 11 days ago
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~Both the dramas are of Romantic-Comedy & Thriller genre .
~Both the dramas have a very strong , sassy & adorable female leads .
~Both the dramas deal with serious crimes & criminals .
~Both the dramas have very adorable male leads who can melt your hearts .
Recommended by SanjuktaRay - 12 days ago
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Both of the are my sun shine and the actors are pretty much the same. One of them is just the mini series.
Recommended by Angela - 12 days ago
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Same director and male lead, and an interesting female lead. All of the historical beauty in Jewel in the Palace you can find in Dong Yi.
Recommended by Smuffy - 12 days ago
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Similar feeling. Supernatural. Human beings living together with "monsters" (people call them "monsters" because of their difference, non-humanity, no social skills, supernatural abilities). Drama, friendship and romance a bit.
Recommended by tora_pl - 13 days ago
Both are school dramas which have several enjoyable side characters. The Leads portray their youthful characters very well in both, even if they are actually older actors cast to portray teens.. I guess that helps with time jumps for when they are young adults and no longer students. The story in FYTWFMB also follows the characters as young adults and the drama in their close circle of friends and frenemies. Both have vibe of friendships and relationships over time. Also romance.
Recommended by HappySqueak - 13 days ago
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Boss & Me got me started on my love for Mainland dramas which lead to finding Xianxa through Zao Zanilia's Journey of Flower through to Eternal Love.

Both dramas feature male leads who are powerful and cold to start of with but when they fell for the female lead they never deviated. Ye Hua and Feng Teng were the definition of 'Laser-focused'... there wasn't even a hint of a chance for the female love rivals (not that I felt at all sorry for either)

They both acknowledge the romance and couple up very early on, none of this dragging out will they-won't-they business and work through their problems with varying degrees of maturity and success. Both happy endings too. You will fall for both dramas OTPs like a ten-ton brick.

Fabulous chemistry and solid acting. Yang Mi and Zhao Zanilia are both adorable and beautiful and most importantly THEY CAN ACT. Mark Chao is also specially amazing.

Those put off by CGI don't be, its inconsequential and the plot and characters will be what you care about. I've got to say though EL had better cast of characters (It seems like there are hundreds but I loved all of them) than Boss & Me. I watched both dramas twice each now and will probably watch EL again in the near future.
Recommended by reinie - 13 days ago
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Both have kick ass female leads and laugh out loud moments. Both male leads are quite smart and though they lack the physical punch, they usually come out on top of most confrontations.

They both play on the idea of the male lead falling unexpectedly for someone they are engaged with/married and wanting to give up anything for that love. Both got a bit boring in the middle when the melodrama kicked in as they both had an overarching Evil Plot to overcome.
Recommended by reinie - 13 days ago
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YAMS is the movie version which despite being quite condensed and sometimes sloppily edited was quite memorable in its own right. I preferred Yang Mi's Mo Sheng and aesthetically on the basest level HXM wins over CW as Yi Chen. Watch after or before the drama... you won't regret it (I watched the film first personally)
Recommended by reinie - 13 days ago
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Both star Yang Mi as the lead female and she is as good as expected.

Both have enduring love as a main theme. There's even a separation of our OTPs with both EL and YAMS. Also a forced/contrived cohabitation after finding each other again.

In both you can feel our OTPs almost unbearable pull towards each other. Male leads in both have amazing chemistry with Yang Mi's characters and both can be forceful and imposing(kissing scenes in both the drama and the movie was scorching) but show their gentle sides too. Huang Xiaoming and Mark Chao both have the most amazing jawlines though Mark is undoubtedly the better actor.

EL had the best soundtrack I've heard in a while but there is also YAMS' OST: Silent by Na Ying that stood out. If you're still hung up over EL give YAMS a try if you have 2 hours to spare.
Recommended by reinie - 13 days ago
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Story about modern girl travelling back in time. She falls in love with the male lead.
Recommended by Aeris - 14 days ago
-1 Girl and 2 or more guys
-Similar vibe
-Drama & a movie
Recommended by SeraphinaYuki - 14 days ago
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In terms of Romance ....

Both have equal amount of romantic scenes...
Ones office and work and the other about fantasy and time travelling.

Its both enjoyable... law of love has a guy who doesn't believe in love and in queens Hyun's... the guy is clueless about ,what love is in the future.

Both the females are believers of romance and love.
Recommended by Tharushini - 14 days ago
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It's the same character, it's the first season of "The Journey".
Recommended by Jenny - 14 days ago
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Both are about a mess in the prosecutor's office. Punch focuses more on a struggle for power while The Guardians is mainly about revenge and punishment.
Recommended by marys - 14 days ago