Orange Days (2004) poster



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Both have a remarkable cast,, acting, storyline, romance, and witty dialogue. Both are "feel good"dramas that you will want to watch again and again! Wish the new ones were as good!
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Both Last Christmas and Orange Days are really great romance shows with great chemistry between the leads and a comfy youthful atmosphere. Both shows revolve around a female lead with a health issue. In the case of Orange Days the main lead is deaf and the way it's executed feels very genuine making for great character development with a lot of meaning.
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Main actresses are 'speaking' beautifully with sign language in this two wonderful series. Male leads are the same caring, humanist, and kind lover.
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It gave me the same feel but on a different age level. Osozaki is more on a midlife resolution while Orange Days is on a college level life choices and experiences.
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Written by the same author with very similar story about one of the leads losing their ability to hear at a certain age deal with life, romance, etc
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Both heartwarming + realistic feel,
and both about a group of friends and romance,
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BeMelodramatic about working friends in 30s and OrangeDays about mid twenties college seniours about to trasnfer to the working world.
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