Both of these dramas are about women facing a big choice in their marriage and the possibility of moving on. They are also about reclaiming their strength as women and possibly finding love again. They actually both star Jung Joon Ho in almost opposing positions. The latter is more comedic but both are well written and acted. Both are fun to watch!
Both of these films have an ethereal quality to them. They are both beautifully shot and include a little mystery. Both are quiet films...good for a rainy day and both star Lee Dong Wook.
Although the plot of these two dramas are very different I feel like they are similar in two large ways. The writing, acting and the situations of both dramas are very mature and set in an adult world with adult problems. The other way they are similar is the lead couple are friends who turn into lovers. If watched The World They Live In and appreciate the mature themes you may find that same quality appealing in 9 End 2 Outs.
I should say "liking so far" as Fermentation Family still has about 1/2 way to go...But if you are watching and liking this drama you might like Gourmet. Both center around a family that owns a restaurant as well as the theme of keeping to Korea's food traditions. Lots of food is featured in both.
Although different in plot, these are both comedies that feature Matsuda Shota. If you liked his wacky and very funny character in Don Quixote you might be interested to watch more. He has a quirky character and great comedic timing in this drama as well.
Both feature not only a hilariously confused and wacky lead male character, they both also feature a fairly strong, sweet lead female and a charming and winning second lead male! They are both smartly written with tender moments and a ton of laughs.
These are both lovely and melodramatic dramas about love and how it changes you. They both feature different but very dynamic lead males and are written and acted.
Although The Princess' Man is more serious and intense, Hong Gil Dong also features a really great love story in the plot. They are both Sauguk/Historical dramas where the action speeds up as the episodes progress and both very well written.
Both are Sauguk/Historical dramas that star Jang Hyuk. Although different in plot, they are alike in that they are both very well written and excellently acted. Each are 24 episodes and a ton of fun to watch!
Both are 30 episode makjang melodramas done extremely well. They both have birth secrets, revenge, a lot of heart warming moments, great acting and writing. They are both a lot of fun to watch.
Both of these dramas have a lead character who falls in love and it turns their narrow world upside down. It also makes for great comedy to watch the confused and wholly selfish chaebol become a huge, hilarious mess and eventually a better person for the person they love.