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Both are popular dramas focusing on teenage issues. If you enjoy seeing intense personal issues of teens & a wonderful cast, you'll enjoy both of these dramas :D
Recommended by Kasjady - Jul 28, 2014
There is same writer in both dramas. WCh is inspirated by north european thriller, WR is crazy korean romance, but in criminal line, you can see similarities.
Recommended by loranar - Jul 27, 2014
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Theme of baseball is mirror of story in these dramas. 9E2O is realistic then WR, but WR has criminal plot.
Recommended by loranar - Jul 27, 2014
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Spinster started with dating. Similar embarassing situations (in OMD some scenes are over the top), funny... OMD is shortened +200 drama (2004), so the movie isn't comprehensive enough. LC is far better IMO.
Recommended by loranar - Jul 27, 2014
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Both are romantic comedies revolving around an ordinary girl who has been job seeking for a while, being employed by a rich man with an arrogant personality and poor social skills, and even though they dislike each other at first, they soon fall in love.
Recommended by SilverCloud - Jul 27, 2014
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Both Sageuks are/have:
--- a Strong Female Lead .... Smart, tough, brave, righteous and steadfast, etc...
--- an 'Epic Romance' ... most palpable Passionate / Intense Loves.
--- extremely Well-Crafted in ... directing, acting, cast, plot, costumes, music, etc....
--- Well-Balanced & Fast-Moving Plot ... ... interweaving of romance/revenge/action/intrigue.
--- Political Intrigue ... ... about ascension to the throne.
--- Unforgettable Characters! .... ... many, including the great villains!
--- Loves start w/ Mistaken Identities ... ... both females were in disguise when the male leads met them ...

Note: writing in Empress Ki, somewhat falters in 2nd half.



Recommended by rainruma - Jul 27, 2014
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Both aired as part of the Thursday Mystery Theater programming block, and have a similar format of each episode's case being related to an aspect of the over-arcing mystery.
Recommended by LadyIsana - Jul 26, 2014
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Both dramas tells a story about a police team. In both dramas the male lead has a trauma. In both dramas there is a character who lost their child in an accident. In both dramas they are solving cases that binds together a big case. In both dramas the comedy is very similar and there are some same actors in these dramas.

These are very similar dramas that I recommend everyone should watch.
Recommended by HAVA-RAVA - Jul 25, 2014
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First of all, both star either Lee Seung Gi or Lee Min Ho, who would past that up?

Second, both consist of action (City Hunter has more action), and the acting between the two leads are very similar.

They both have very cold demeanors, but of course have a vulnerable side as well. I love both romances within the dramas, although the female lead in You're All Surrounded might have been more similar. It's difficult to explain, but if you liked this. YOU WILL LOVE CITY HUNTER. IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN CITY HUNTER. SHAME ON YOU!


SHAMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.
Recommended by mylilownaznworld - Jul 25, 2014
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Both are about women that have one night stands that end up in pregnancy.
Recommended by jonssister - Jul 25, 2014
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In both dramas, the characters struggle with dating issues. Looking Forward to Romance or Hope for Dating also showings multiple couples trying to figure it out.
Recommended by ahangman - Jul 25, 2014
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Both are dramas about dating and the pull of a soulmate connection. I really enjoyed the 2 episode 'Looking Forward to Romance'
Recommended by ahangman - Jul 25, 2014
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Both dramas depict unexpected pregnancy due to one-night stand...In both the couple get married with the condition that they'll divorce after the delivery of the baby...in Oum Ruk...the male lead is kind and warm...always trying to take care of his wife who's still in love with her ex...while in Fated To Love You...the female lead is the one trying to get her husband's heart...in short...they depict opposite situations...but both are really funny with many sweet moments!
Recommended by Ginger - Jul 25, 2014
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Both of them are about two older adults that argue and have great chemistry together. Both of them are just genuinely good and are a pleasure to watch.
Recommended by SayItAintSoJoe - Jul 24, 2014
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Both are: nice and poor girl has to marry an arrogant, mean and rich guy who is already in love with another girl.
Recommended by Masquerade - Jul 24, 2014