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Kawaikochan

United States

Kawaikochan

United States
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Both of these dramas address the unconventional and sometimes awkward romantic interactions between a group of friends.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Feb 24, 2013
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Both dramas center around a group of childhood friends who are now in their late 20s/early 30s. The whole group works to support an individual member's dreams. Hungry has a couple love story lines, however Konkatsu is more like a romantic comedy. And most importantly both titles end with exclamation points!
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Apr 4, 2012
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The story lines are different, but the styles are the same. Both the male leads are high school guys who act "cute" and challenge traditional notions of masculinity. Both dramas also focus on the relationship between kids and parents.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Mar 24, 2012
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Both are make over dramas. Boys Este is corny but has more hot guys than Nobuta Wo Produce. Nobuta has the better story IMO.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Feb 9, 2012
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Dramas about a group of hot guys working to make a girl more attractive. Both of them are equally unrealistic and a little cheesy, hehe.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Feb 9, 2012
Both explore the challenges faced by men who are accused of having inappropriate contact with a school-age female. "I Just Didn't Do It" concentrates on the legal process, whereas "Taisetsu na Koto" focuses on the social ramifications.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Jan 29, 2012
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Both explore the consequences and morality of changing the natural order of pain, life, and death.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Jan 29, 2012
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Both stories confront the concept of childhood innocence and the psychology behind acts of cruelty committed by children.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Jan 29, 2012
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Both stories follow two men as they struggle to prove their innocence in the Japanese legal system against all odds.
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These dramas tell the story of a woman who suddenly becomes intimately involved with the overwhelming everyday workings of her husband's family shortly after getting married.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Jan 29, 2012
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Both main characters are trying to raise to the top of the Host/Hostess world. Jotei is a little "dirtier" or "grittier" than Giragira.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Jan 29, 2012
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These dramas tell their stories in a similar fashion. Each episode concentrates on a specific client or patron. They're both a little on the serious or somber side.
Recommended by Kawaikochan - Jan 29, 2012