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Though the setting might be different, but it conveys the same "the place where I belong feel".
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Both dramas are about optimistic girls who had dreams but ended up working in a publishing company doing a seemingly ordinary work. Juhan Shuttai focuses on the editors surrounding the manga artistes.
Recommended by jschoco - 19 days ago
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Both stray away from the romanticized ideal of gay relationships and focus on the hard hitting reality of it.
Recommended by say it - 19 days ago
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Both series are about strong women who become pregnant and decide to raise their children alone. In both series their partners don't know about the child.
Recommended by claudya87 - 19 days ago
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In both series the main girl becomes pregnant and she has difficulties following her dream.
Recommended by claudya87 - 19 days ago
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Both male protagonists have lost their Crown Princess at the beginning of the drama, there is no time travel, but it is an historical romance
Recommended by makeuptemple - 19 days ago
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Both male protagonist are from past, it involves time travel, love and mystery
Recommended by makeuptemple - 19 days ago
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Both has Time Travel.. On both one of the couple is from an old era, On Rooftop Prince he is from Joseon Era, On Scarlet Heart modern girl travels back to Goryeo Era. Both has got great love story
Recommended by makeuptemple - 19 days ago
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They have different stories but they are kind of similar. Both are about a girls life and her struggles in life. And how she tries to live a good life after a life turning event. And in both of them the main girl and main guy struggle to be together.
Recommended by Musikklass - 19 days ago
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They have different stories but they give the same feeling. Both are about a girls life and her struggles in life. And in both of them the main girl and main guy struggle to be together. So when i watched I believe in love it reminded me of the drama Family's honor. So if you liked I believe in love i think you will like Family honor.
Recommended by Musikklass - 19 days ago
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Both involve body swapping and finding romance along the way. Both movies have a great cast.
Recommended by GeaV - 19 days ago
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- both main male lead separated from their brother
- both main male lead are looking the truth from their past
- both main male lead's brother committed murder
- both female main lead are always on main male lead's side through thick and thin.

- only their type of work are not the same
Recommended by keifferodartseam - 19 days ago
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of their mythology! Both dramas have incorporated the heavenly (and hell) beings to their story. Though they don't exact;y have the same conflict going on, both dramas have a matter-of-life-and-death conflict to deal with.

And though I like Goblin, Arang is still the number one on my list when it comes to a resolution for a love that transcends death.
Recommended by jellybine - 19 days ago
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Both dramas are laugh out loud in their comedy but still hits the right spot to make your heart ache at times. I love both for being an all-out comedy in the that IT IS a romcom. Characters in both dramas are so real, you get embarrassed on their behalf.
Recommended by jellybine - 19 days ago
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Both have to deal with an older guy having to disguise themselves as high school students to fit in and end up changing their school environment as well as themselves. Plus it's extremely hilarious! Like seriously there was not an episode that I did not start busting out laughing while watching it! It's great!
Recommended by Aliyah - 20 days ago