*Both dramas revolve around a physically strong female lead

*Both female leads are in love with the second male lead

*Both first male leads took their time and were very patient with the female lead until they finally captured her heart

*Both of the main couples have loads of cute and sweet moments

*The way the first male leads look at the female lead makes you want to melt into a puddle of goo. They both have so much love and respect for the female lead.

*Both female leads love to wear pink hoodies. ^^
Recommended by DoYouLikeMessi - 13 days ago
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Both are office romance kind of story, and the lead characters' chemistry is over the top. It's extremely great. Both stories get even better as they progress. The love line is never forced, and it will make you feel very warm as well.

Both stories have the main guy as the boss, and the main girl as an employee. Both the bosses are not unreasonably evil – they're pretty warmhearted, in fact. Also, boss female employees are not weak and stupid human beings, although the lead males (the bosses) usually have the upper hand and better family/education background.
Recommended by WednesHwang - 13 days ago
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1.) Eun Ji as the female lead with similar personalities. Sassy girl who is bad at studying. And male lead being the one good at studying.
2.) Second male lead is the brother (or close friend) of male lead, making the male lead hesitate in love.
3.) Best friend of female lead also has similar personalities. N in Sassy Go Go and Hoya in Reply 1997. Both are quiet and shy, yet are the "wise" ones.

Will say that Reply 1997 generally has more content as well as twist and turns as compared to Sassy Go Go. But after you finished watching Reply 1997 and want more sass from Eun Ji, Sassy Go Go is a possible choice. Sassy Go Go has more fluttering moments though as the male lead is proactive than the one in Reply 1997.
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Both are well done Chinese Fluffy romance dramas. Neither rush the story, so the relationships seem to evolve more naturally. Both feature a Boss/employee relationship. Boss and me is a little more traditional, with the Rich handsome man falling for the poor young spunky girl. Across the Ocean To See You is a bit of a modern twist, the male is the subordinate and the the boss is already pregnant when they meet.
Recommended by kdramasinpajamas - 13 days ago
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Yoon Eun Hye eerie similarities....but to the extreme in this one.
Same story different settings.
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Both kdramas deal about childhood friends that love each other. Both deal with a life-changing condition. However "More than Blue" has a much more tragic take on this and is a movie, whereas "I need Romance 2" is dealing with this topic in a more fun and lighter way
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Both deal about childhood friends that love each other. In both dramas Lee Jin Hook plays the male lead, the pair is 30+, lives next to each other and tries to solve their problems with their feelings and the extra guys/girls of their friend.
Main difference: I need Romance 2 the pair already dated.
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Similar theme about people that have made a pact/are approaching their own demise. The story about the Death Girl.
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- The female lead is quite similar to her .
- Its a high school drama .
- Its is also a love triangle between two best friends .
- And its begin with hate and end up with love .
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Both male leads are so adorable and full of grease(cheesy af!). Junyeol and Hyungsik characters are CEOs of game companies while Boyoung and Jungeum characters are also developers of games. In short, both couples are into developing apps, games, and dating in the office. Haha. Both are fun to watch!
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SGG is not a romance, but the moods of the dramas are similar: both dramas are comedies and evolve in a town and around a group of friend/a family
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I think these drama are a squeal so I made the recommendation . Thank you
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Both are an inspirational movies with the same setting, in school. It is about reaching dreams and taught on not to give up on ourselves dreams.....
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Tiffany Tang yang acted in both dramas and there both historical dramas.
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In Both dramas the two male lead likes one girl. And the girl has a friend that likes the person she likes.
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