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Jumong and King Geunchogo shared bloodlines and both are historical dramas
Recommended by DramaLover78 - Jan 5, 2013
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Well I though that the story was somewhat similar.
Recommended by darkn3ss - Jan 4, 2013
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First loves. Same setting which is 1990s and back to the present.
Recommended by canyousaywhuut - Jan 3, 2013
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Both with a woman who wants to get revenge in the husband who scorned them and the best friend who betrayed them.
Recommended by Mindful - Jan 2, 2013
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it has the same plot kind of, three women wanting to get married. its really a nice drama and a light one
Recommended by Taybah - Jan 2, 2013
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High schooler with abilities (though not supernatural in QED) turned detective.
Both dramas give out very similar feeling.
Recommended by hmyr - Jan 1, 2013
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The main women in this drama both overcome past traumas and abuse by those most trusted in their lives. They learn to trust and find happiness, healing and love through the help of those closest to them. In both stories, the main couples learn what it is to heal each others past hurts and betrayals.
Recommended by azndrama - Jan 1, 2013
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Both films are based on the popular South Korean folk tale The Story of Chunhyang. Chunhyang is an adaptation of the original story whilst The Servant is a retelling. It's not mandatory to see one in order to understand the other, but I'd recommend seeing both nonetheless. They're interesting, romantic and totally worth your time. I loved both of them for different reasons.
Recommended by PrettyCarEye - Jan 1, 2013
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Based on popular South Korean folk tale The Story of Chunhyang, Chunhyang is an adaptation of the original story whilst The Servant is a retelling. It's not mandatory to see one in order to understand the other, but I'd recommend seeing both. They're interesting, romantic and totally worth your time.
Recommended by PrettyCarEye - Jan 1, 2013
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Both are youth,school,romance,comedy
Recommended by MinamiNiji - Dec 31, 2012
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Time travelling fusion thingy. Passionate kiss =P Both are very cute and funny but also have their dramatic scenes
Recommended by WillowM - Dec 31, 2012
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If you like Dolphin Bay you may like Summer's Desire. Both story involve a love triangle between a rich 'first love', poor girl and charismatic guy in the entertainment industry. The trials and anguish that these three go through before a resolution in the end. While I liked the ending of DB I did not like it in SD, merely because I thought the wrong choice was made.
Recommended by Mssankacoffee - Dec 31, 2012
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Both dramas deal with people who can see ghosts and who are initially bothered by their gifts. Both stories deals with a human who falls in love with a ghost with a turbulent past.
Recommended by sakumi - Dec 31, 2012
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They're both about royalty. The male protagonist is also arrogant, wealthy, and stubborn. The female protagonist is surprised to discover that she's actually royalty and is put under tremendous pressure, very much like Hang Ah (to become Queen) and they're both unused to luxury.
Recommended by Zik - Dec 31, 2012
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The same concept where both heroines suffer the same fate, also in both dramas the 3 main leads meet each other in their childhood and their love interest starts there... both have greed, evil doings, kidnap, murder, revenge, love triangle, dreams to fulfill, family ties...etc. if you loved one of them then you'll surely love the other one too.
But to me May Queen is by far a better melodrama and a MUST watch !!
Recommended by Marooya - Dec 30, 2012