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They are both fast paced and the main lead is yamapi!!
Recommended by hellochopper - Jan 13, 2012
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Well it's practically the same thing, the only difference is that one is a movie and the other a Drama.
Recommended by darkn3ss - Jan 13, 2012
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This was the first korean movie I ever watched. Amazingly emotional, delicate and beautiful. Must watch movie.
Recommended by kw7 - Jan 13, 2012
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Both are about underaged soldiers in Japans history. Saigo no Kizuna shows the Tekketsu Kinnoutai from Okinawa (second WW) and Byakkotai is a memorial for the young boys who fought in the Boshin war.
Recommended by bennyost - Jan 11, 2012
Both are about split brothers who must fight in enemy armies. Tae Guk Gi is more a typical action/war movie whereas Saigo no Kizuna is more a mixtype between war-drama and historical documentation because it tells the true story of two brothers who are alive nowadays.
Recommended by bennyost - Jan 11, 2012
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Well it's the Japanese Drama based on the manga on which this movie is based.
Recommended by darkn3ss - Jan 11, 2012
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They both have almost the same story where the lead actress have a disease and fall in love. They have a very touching and romantic story.
Recommended by princezzaiah - Jan 11, 2012
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Both are war movies which show the brutality of the korean war. Furthermore they are highlighting the disaster of fighting against your own people (your "national brothers") and what happens to the families of such a split country. If you are interested in korean history you absolutly have to watch them both!
Recommended by bennyost - Jan 9, 2012
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The feeling I get from female leads is similar. They also looks a bit similar and their acting is also similar. Besides that both dramas have this chaebol man and poor woman as main leads. And there are many obstacles they must win to get each others love.
Recommended by HAVA-RAVA - Jan 9, 2012
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They are both good series that are underrated. They are both about older women dating younger men. While I was watching Dal Ja's Spring, it reminded me so much of The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry because the women are strong. They are both realistic and yet funny and enjoyable. The women are easy to relate to and you are able to laugh along with them and their friends.
Recommended by teelove - Jan 9, 2012
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brillant show defently worth watching if u liked this
Recommended by kdramamad - Jan 8, 2012
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This is a funny and romantic drama, defently worth watching. It has such a story line to it that you won't be able to stop.
If you like this then u will defently enjoy this show
Recommended by kdramamad - Jan 8, 2012
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mystery, professor helping detective
Recommended by supagirl258 - Jan 8, 2012
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The special takes place three years after the end of the original series.
Recommended by kimchininja - Jan 7, 2012
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Playful kiss is the same story but the Korean version and way way better than Itazura Na Kiss.
Recommended by MochiMin - Jan 7, 2012