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Juniko

In My Mind Palace

Juniko

In My Mind Palace
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Both comment on the subject of sincerity and hypocrisy in the era of social network, especially Twitter.
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Both are about children who witness the cruel death of people they love, and who promise to avenge them once they grow up.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 20, 2017
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Those two dramas...taste the same, I should say.

In Ouroboros, two childhood friends choose different paths to avenge a loved one: one a path of light, the other a path of darkness. They are compaired to an Ouroboros, two dragons biting each other's tail, symbol of eternity and harmony of light and darkness.

In Orthros no Inu, two men are connected by a mysterious bond: one is a good man cursed with the power to kill by one touch, the other is a criminal blessed with the power to heal with one touch. They are compared to Orthros Dog, a two faced dog, one good, one evil, bound together by destiny.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 20, 2017
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Basically the same drama, only one is supernatural oriented with a touch of crime themes and the other is full-on romance but with a gender-bending/sexuallity questioning theme instead.

Other than that, the atmosphere and setting, the cast and the dynamic between the characters are definitely similar.

So If you like the romance in one, you'll like the romance on the other.

Both have great actors and interesting stories that will make you both cry and laugh.
Recommended by Juniko - Aug 23, 2015
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Both dramas have this old school - but effective - Lois Lane &Clark Kent/Superman relationship between the leads.

Also, the Female Lead is the same in both dramas, so you can see the improvement of the actress.
Recommended by Juniko - Jan 29, 2015
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Both dramas involve a man (Kim Soo Hyun) looking for someone who presumably died years ago.
Recommended by Juniko - Dec 21, 2013
Both are a young high school teacher and a female student who spent a night together.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 29, 2013
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This is the recent re-make of the same movie. It's starring Eita, Ebizô Ichikawa and Hikari Mitsushima. It was presented in the last Cannes Festival and was originally filmed in 3D (for real, artistical reasons, not as a commercial toy). It was released internationally so even in my hometown I could go in a theater and watch it. It's beautiful, i recommend it.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 19, 2013
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In both, you have the subject of NIS agents going undercover. You also have a love story in both. TBDW is more serious and dramatic than 7th Grade, which is more built like a romantic comedy.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 15, 2013
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They are two very different adaptation (a korean and a Japanese) of the same book. It's the same story, even though to me "Into the White Night" is better.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 14, 2012
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It's the same story. Advice : watch the movie first. The drama would spoil all the movie suspense, but the movie won't spoil the drama's.
Recommended by Juniko - Apr 14, 2012
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They are both excellent dramas, with touching characters and forbidden love. You have the same male lead, and the story il also about someone who's ready to do what it takes to avenge his family. Fate is also a big part of both dramas.
Recommended by Juniko - Mar 11, 2012