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They have similiar plots. In Happy Ending the father has cancer and prepares to say goodbye to his family. In Mama the mother is terminally ill and prepares to say goodby to her son. (and find a family for his son)
Recommended by Woerr - Aug 3, 2014
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Both are adaptations of Jin Young novels though they are different stories. Both are the best adaptations of their respective stories. If you liked one you'll probably like the other but perhaps for different reasons. I highly recommend either for fans of wuxia series
Recommended by WanderingRonin - Aug 2, 2014
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The stories don't have much in common but I have read many comments (and I agree) finding the two male leads similar. It's true that they seem to have a cool and collected façade, but both have a very strange, irrational part to them that is revealed as they fall in love with the female lead. One of the most striking illustrations of this is their "demented" laugh. Also, both actors (So Ji Sub and Jang Hyuk) are more "mature" actors (37 and 38) that play mainly in action type dramas, and both Master's Sun and Fated To Love You are their first rom-coms in years.
Recommended by Kim-Park-Lee - Aug 2, 2014
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Same cast ! I think George Hu and Annie Chen's chemistry is way better in Love, Now. Plus it's a rom-com.
Recommended by Hyelia - Jul 31, 2014
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Both are fantasy dramas centred around a romance between someone who has lived hundreds of years in the past, finding love in the 21st Century.
Recommended by SilverCloud - Jul 30, 2014
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Both these fantasy dramas are about someone from the past travelling through time to the 21st Century, and falling in love.
Recommended by SilverCloud - Jul 30, 2014
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These two dramas both are centred around a man who has lived in the past: in the Joseon era, falling in love with an actress from the 21st Century. They are both a mix of romance with fantasy. They also feature the same actress (Yoo In Na).
Recommended by SilverCloud - Jul 30, 2014
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Recommended by joker_night - Jul 30, 2014
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both have the same theme. While IMAT working on incident case victims, DMAT working for both incident and disaster victims
Recommended by Hotaru_yozora - Jul 30, 2014
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IT ENDS THE SAME EXACT WAY FOR SOME CRAZY REASON. Except Gu Family Book doesn't have a sequel, neither does Rooftop Prince, BUT GFB NEEDS A SEQUEL. It kills me even now..
Recommended by mylilownaznworld - Jul 28, 2014
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Because I feel like You Who Came from the Stars is the sequel to Gu Family Book I will never get to see...
Recommended by mylilownaznworld - Jul 28, 2014
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Although I think Love Keeps Going is way better, both dramas contain the ups and downs of a relation, including the betrayal of a male lead. They both give off the same feelings, but the end of Love Keeps Going is a killer.
Recommended by mylilownaznworld - Jul 28, 2014
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The plots aren't very similar, but when I think of She is Nineteen it reminds me of Shining Inheritance. Shining Inheritance is much better, but the feels are somewhat similar.
Recommended by mylilownaznworld - Jul 28, 2014
The had most of the same cast, and the drama, although, with a different plot, gives up a similar vibe.
Recommended by mylilownaznworld - Jul 28, 2014
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Both are about bullying. One happens in school and the other in a company.
Recommended by Gummy - Jul 28, 2014