You Who Came from the Stars

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Both have this paranormal genre, while the male-lead is an alien in "Star" the female-lead is a mermaid in "Legend", and both have super-powers as creatures. Both series follows up the path of true love through reincarnation, humor and excitement! And lastly, both dramas have Gianna Jun in role of the Female-Lead !
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The general story is the same but it was done completely different. They both had aspects that I liked and disliked but I preferred the style of My Amazing Boyfriend better. Essentially if you liked one you should like the other.
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For those who can't get enough of their Kim Soo Hyun fix. This is one of his previous drama which is worth watching.
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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).
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Both really cute, rom/com dramas. The main actor is hot & both have great chemistry. Must watch, you'll love it!
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It's another fantasy drama that I love. It has similar elements in that the girl is spunky (in a more tough tomboyish way), and it will make you laugh. I highly recommend it, as I found My Love From Another Star somehow similar.
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Both leads are hilarious without even trying. Feel-good Dramas to the max!
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The same bold witty strong female lead character, the guy who has some 'debt' in the past to the girl and try to protect her in the present, the second male lead who finally join hands with the male lead to protect the girl. and they have a pshycho as the bad guy.
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both dramas deal with a supernatural being and finding love between a supernatural being and a human. Both dramas have the mains face obstacles that stand in their way and people who are determined to stop them from being together.
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Similarly hollow feeling to the stories. Both are captivating and easy to watch with very nice cinematography. Romance isn't super prominent, and both carry a supernatural theme, with Goblin leaning more on the high-fantasy historical side and YWCFTS more modern and not as "epic".
While Goblin's conflict stays more on the supernatural side of things, YWCFTS' conflict is a murderer. Has a more "earthly" feel than Goblin, but similar overall.
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THAI REMAKE: An alien named Achira who comes to Earth for research, sees a woman in trouble and decides to save her. His heroic action gets him stranded on Earth for 300 years as he was late returning to the spaceship and it left without him. With only three months left before his long-awaited departure, he meets actress Falada and realises that she is the woman he saved all those years ago. Will Achira choose to return to his planet or stay on Earth after finding himself developing feelings for the famous actress?
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they are both the same dramas (obviously) and I really liked it!
(BTW: Do Min June (Kim Soo Hyun) looks so cute! (I wish he's my husband!!!!!)
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In both dramas the female lead is a celebrity who has her own career standing on the edge, while the male lead is an alien who has to live a limited time on the Earth and they both fall in love.
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i really really love kim soo hyun, hopefully he will have a new drama and film,i love his acting skill, because in real life i thing he's a spirit person and cheerfully and funny full of jokes,i like each drama of his playing, and i like his voice..
pleasee kim soo hyun have a many new drama as fast as you can, i'll waiting
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For those of us in our twenties, these lighthearted rom cons are the rare korean dramas that's doesn't require us to use the fast-fastward button. Both funny and touching at the same time.
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