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KdramaQueen89

Orlando, FL

KdramaQueen89

Orlando, FL
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The dads in both cause one of the main character's parent to die. After falling in love the main couple must over come this conflict and parent obejections in order to have their happy ending.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - May 28, 2013
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Both dramas are written by the great Noh Hee Kyung. They also give off the same melancholy feel.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Apr 7, 2013
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Both are short family melodramas with minimal romance and are more focused on daughters and their relationship with their parent.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Feb 12, 2013
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They have the same writer, are both realistic life based dramas that lack a plot, but also have interesting complex characters/awesome ensemble cast that will keep yu engaged and glued to the screen. Also the main OTP's relationship is established unusually very early on while breaking up in the middle due to their insecurities/selfishness. They both had great pacing which makes them easily rewatchable. I feel like both are very underrated and would be appreciated by seasoned Kdrama watchers.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Dec 1, 2012
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The male leads in both use the female leads who happen to be heiresses for their revenge by making them fall in love with them.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Oct 7, 2012
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Both dramas focus more on the female leads and thier negative frenemy relationship. There is one "goody toe shoes" type character and one "evil" character. Both dramas also give off a darker melodrama feel.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Jul 17, 2012
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1. Not only do both star "The Voice" as the male lead, but they feature some familiar supporting characters.

2. They have the same director so the production quality feels the same.

3. The indie band Every Single Day produced the music/ OST for both.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Jul 13, 2012
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Same writer and Kim Ha Naul stars in both. Both dramas are geared to an older audience.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Jun 3, 2012
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1. Same writer
2. the mother in Padam Padam plays the grandmother in Goodbye Solo.
3. Characters in both overcome their pasts to find happiness.
4. Solid acting by ensemble cast.
5. Both left me taking away life lessons after it ended.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - May 30, 2012
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Both guys end up losing thier memory. Also, both female leads end up having a child by the main guy and keeping it from them.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Dec 18, 2011
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The main guys in both hate the female leads at first due to their family's past but end up falling madly in love with them in the end. Also these two dramas are probably the most romantic one's I've ever seen with enough angst to tug at your heartstrings.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Dec 18, 2011
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Both dramas have leads who seek revenge for being framed. There's also romance thrown in. Also, lots of people die. The endings of both are sweet but tragic.
Recommended by KdramaQueen89 - Jun 9, 2011