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Both are historical dramas. The intense love between the leads is similar. The Romeo and Juliet nature of their romance where their families are at odds is also similar. Highly recommend both as long as you're prepared for the tears
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Both feature sexy psychopaths. Bad Guys has Park Hae Jin. I Remember You has Park Bo Gum. While there is a romance subplot in IRY, in my opinion, there was zero chemistry. The real draw for both dramas is the bromance, the team comraderie in BG is great. And, the real chemistry in IRY is between Seo In Guk and Park Bo Gum. Highly recommend both.
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Both are long family dramas with approximately the same runtime. Person Who Gives Happiness is 118 eps 30 minutes each. Come Jang Bo Ri is 52 eps 60 minutes each. Both female leads adopt and raise a child. Both female leads find sweet husbands that help them to deal with the evil schemes of others. Sweet romances with lots of makjang drama.
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Both are longer family dramas with around 45 episodes. The main couple in the drama faces opposition from their families. Both are sweet romances with lots of family drama.
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Both are daily dramas with 100+ episodes. Both feature a female lead whose husband dumps her for a new chaebol wife. The child of the female lead dies due to the negligence of the new wife. The female lead tries to find justice for her dead child while the ex husband tries to cover up the truth. Both of these dramas provide the chance to love to hate the ex husband while cheering on a new romance for the female lead.
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Both are daily dramas with 100+ episodes. Both are family dramas. Both series are centered around two women with complicated relationships. In Sisters-in Law, the two women are twins. Each marries the son of two rival families. In Still Loving You, the women are first student and teacher, and eventually, sisters-in law. Both dramas are on the lighter side of the daily drama spectrum. No muder plots or kidnappings, just sweet romances with a lot of family drama.
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Both dramas are about a CEO of a company who has difficulties of talking in public because they have different personalities. The girls are more extroverted and they get involved because of workplace.
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Both dramas have a plot of a girl who sees ghosts and is scary of them. The girl gets involved with the male lead because of ghosts.
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I don't think the plot has a lot of similarities, just I had the same vibe from the 2 dramas. Both give a warm feeling.
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Time traveling from modern times back into ancient times into a palace girl's body with princes' falling for her.
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Time traveling from modern times back into ancient times through into a palace girl's body with princes' falling for her.
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Time traveling from modern times back into ancient times into a palace girl's body with princes' falling for her.
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Both delve into themes of death and similar themes of reincarnation
They both deal with an Ahjussi romance
Overall, similar fantasy-romance themes
Similar supporting character roles - Goblin's Yoo Deok-Hwa VS Mr. Baek's Choi Dae-Han
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Both delve into the psyche of killers and psychopaths. Both are crime solving dramas and relatively fast-paced.
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Not suuuuper similar but the suspense and crime-solving techniques are what make me think if you like Criminal Minds, you'd Like Strong Woman. Both go to pretty dark places in a persons mind. Also, Criminal Minds was mentioned in Strong Woman so there's that. Strong Woman is a softer, crime drama in that there is more to it than just crime solving.


If Criminal Minds is too dark I'd definitely check out the Strong Woman!
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