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Right from the beginning they seemed similar, both have the same main plot of time traveling, they're both cute, short and refreshing as well...
Recommended by XingBack - 16 days ago
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Both dramas have the main male lead lacking in emotion and using it to better themselves in their jobs (ABM=Medical, S=crime)
Recommended by AmynaA - 16 days ago
Although the stories are different, a lot of conversations, wording, and comedy reminds me of Princess Pearl.
Recommended by Sophia - 17 days ago
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They share:
- Cha Tae Hyun
- many guest and cameo appearances

and I think many of the people behind the dramas are the same.
Recommended by KimWanHee - 17 days ago
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Main plot Height difference. Same theme, similar stories, different perspectives.
Recommended by Senpai - 17 days ago
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Both main male character's lack something because of an event in their childhood.
In Stranger the main guy lacks emotions due to a brain surgery during childhood.
While in Dr. Frost the main guy has trouble sympathizing with other's due to an injury to his frontal lobe as a child.
Recommended by ChaErica - 17 days ago
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In both female leads are extremely passionate about food and eating! The imagery and visuals on foods shown in both has a lot of attention to detail and emphasis on the deliciousness of the meal. Make sure you have a snack with you while watching. Differences are Let's Eat is mainly present day setting. While in Weirdo Nara, she conducts experiments which have her go back in time and have historical version of the meal she obtains from her local convenience store. Weirdo Nara eps are very short at just over 6 minutes each.
Recommended by HappySqueak - 17 days ago
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Both dramas are relations to a romance story with time travel and historical ages. Also in some parts they also experience a change in history. Not to mention the female lead characters in both dramas plays actress who are currently working on the time periods that they both time travel to. Ironic.
Recommended by Dolores - 17 days ago
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Both dramas are about long time friends who don't know their feelings about each other. Bubblegum was more dramatic, the main subjetc was the family. I think Fight For My Way has more comedy and related to other things than family, life, job and relationships.
Recommended by userbmc - 17 days ago
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Both dramas are college based. The male leads in both are super popular and good looking, and we have the shy female leads. The overall vibe is very similar.
Recommended by Hermon - 17 days ago
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Both dramas are quite sweet and has a cute couple as the main leads. The female leads of both dramas are tricked into marrying with someone that has a bad reputation and both know how to cook. In Hua Jian Ti Hu Fang Da Chu, the male lead acts like a gangster, he's rude, doesn't do anything but visit the brothel or picking fights. In My Amazing bride, the male lead has an IQ of a child. Both male leads become desirable husband/ spouse material during the drama through the efforts of the female lead. However, Hua Jian Ti Hu Fang Da Chu is more carefree and fluffy and the leads have a happier relationship throughout the drama. In My amazing Bride, the drama is a little more tragic and the couple faces more obstacles in their relationship.
Recommended by Alice - 18 days ago
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My Paparotti is Korean. Seasons Change is Thai. While My Paparotti focuses on the bond between teacher and student, Seasons Change focuses more on the bond between a romantic couple with a love triangle. Both have a down-to-earth tone.
Recommended by WednesHwang - 18 days ago
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Thumping Spike is Korean. Project S The Series: SPIKE is Thai. Both are about a high school mens volleyball team.

Thumping Spike seems to focus on romance more than Project S, while in Project S, the sport and bond between athletes are more important.
Recommended by WednesHwang - 18 days ago
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These dramas give off similar vibes, both are mini-dramas with fantasy and romance. In both, leads don't like each other at first and bicker alot but end up falling in love.
Recommended by lattebean_ - 18 days ago
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Firstly, both dramas share the same female lead. They are also based on Historical Era. Just like Princess Agents, The Journey Of Flower also has the occasionally plot to frame the main lead. Although the plots are completely different in a sense that it isn't about slavery or time travel, they are still excellent Chinese dramas. Ps. I wrote this because I'm reminded of how playful Zhao Zanilia is in The Journey Of Flower, she is a great actor. Also I may sound weird but,.... I hope she finds a partner soon. Ps,s I'm saying this because it doesn't say she has a spouse on Google if you search up her name. Don't quote me!!!, Ps.S.S, I'm loving this drama despite the fact that it's such a distraction while I'm doing homework.
Recommended by EmpyreanConqueror - 18 days ago