Just Between Lovers



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leads in both dramas were involved in each other’s pasts some way or another and both go through traumatic events and meet years later. also they both have the same actor who plays the younger version of the ml
Recommended by lololol
Both have that dark and desperate feeling to them. Very realistic and wonderful characters along with excellent story telling that grips you.
Recommended by Hasumi17
The story of both dramas portrays real life story and characters which are imperfect and every person has his angle of story in their life.
Recommended by Neel1902
Both dramas have are similar wistful tone and are dealing with overcoming and healing emotional trauma after a tragedy through love and understanding.
Recommended by Mary
The dramas' stories revolve mainly around one big accident which occurred in the past. In addition, one of the genres in definitely romance with feelings blossoming between the main characters,
Recommended by hardpliers
The leads have both experienced painful things in their pasts. While watching, they both have a similar feel, though the plots are quite different.
Recommended by jesssssss
The both dramas deal with the realities of life such as death and trauma after an fatal accident. The main characters try to overcome the pains and family problems coming from their past. Throughout these two dramas flashbacks are shown about the past experiences of the main characters. The are both great in that they show that life goes on even after an traumatic or painful event and shows how people try to be happy after such events.
Recommended by Jbjbts
I think that the delicacy and pace with which the main character's relationship develops is similar, so if that's what you've been captivated by in one of these titles, the second one can also appeal to you.
It is worth mentioning that both are well-directed - with particular emphasis on details - which I think is a very strong side of these dramas.
In addition, both affect the problem of coping with the loss of a loved one.
Recommended by Patry-chan
Well, not necesarilly have similar story. But the vibe of sangdoo have similarities with just between lovers. Since it's oldies drama the feeling of poor background of our hero seems more ground and real in sangdoo.
Recommended by missjb21
Main characters met once during childhood/younger age, specifically during some kind of traumatic event.
They meet again many years later~

(Male leads from both dramas have similar personalities too)
Recommended by iNeedSomeJisoos
Both are like a movie. Two people are connected by one tragedy, fall in love with each other, and managing their wounds. Both are deeply psychological dramas.
Recommended by Nanotao
Both are about Sampoong Department Store collapse and concern suffering after the loss of a loved one.
Recommended by Patry-chan
Minus the funny scenes which made kill me heal me lighter and dark aura seems bearable. but both dramas focus on the traumas the leads had when they were kids and they are entangled in that past experience.
Recommended by ilanputo
though the tone of these two dramas are a little different but they have a similar backdrop. MLs & FLs in both these dramas had a tragic or traumatic event in their teenage years. there are flashbacks scenes etc.
& also the younger part of the FL is played by the same actress in both the dramas.
Recommended by panchi
Both male leads have had a very tough childhood. They have lived alone and in very poor conditions while they have been growing. Emotional pain that they have gone through during all years has made them somehow secluded.
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