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'Time Slip Dr. Jin (2012)' is the Korean version of the Japanese drama 'JIN' (2009) and 'JIN2' (2011).
Both deal with medical, history and time slip.

While the Korean version plays more with the romance by adding a male character as love rival, the Japanese version gives a more acceptable reasoning to why the time travelling happen.
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Both dramas are about a person time travelling, ending up in Sengoku period. Both are based on famous manga. Both are very similar.
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-In modern times, Jin is a doctor and Ken is a chef of a french restaurant.

-Both travel back in time to japanese feudal period and have to improvise with techniques of the past, using their knowledge from present.
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-same screenwriter and director
-same period drama with epicness aura
-Saki and Toshiko have fairly similar characteristics (delicate, very supportive, but strong willed)
-Kenta Kiritani as supporting character(s)
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Both are about a person time travelling into Tokugawa period. Both are very similar...............................................................
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Literally the second season of JIN. Just focuses on his internal struggle and how with every life he saves he could be causing someone else to fall in their place, or only prolonging the inevitable.
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They shared similar characters and both about time travelling. Samurai Sensei is from the past to the future, and Jin is from the future travelling to the past.
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Both are inspirational medical dramas.
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Time-traveling and doctors that change the fate of the past.
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Both are medical dramas set in Tokugawa period. Both are very similar. Both are based on famous manga.........................................
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