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Nocturna

Italy

Nocturna

Italy
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Both dramas involve incest (supposed in one, real in the other).
Recommended by Nocturna - Dec 16, 2015
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Both stories have a love triangle and in both dramas there's at least one character who becomes obsessive/delusional.
Recommended by Nocturna - Dec 16, 2015
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They're different (both the plots and the leads' relationship status) but, at the same time, I've found them similar (especially at SL's beginning; while watching I often thought about Hirugao).
Differences: the ending and the mood (they're both realistic but SL is lighter whereas Hirugao is more emotional, maybe because the latter is longer).
Recommended by Nocturna - Nov 29, 2015
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Even if the plots and the main characters are different, some characters appear in both dramas (in Faith they're young, while in The Great Seer they're older).
In both dramas there are supernatural powers (used to fight and to time-travel in the first, used for divination/geomancy in the second).
Recommended by Nocturna - Nov 22, 2015
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Both dramas' female lead falls in love with the most popular guy at school (the male lead).
One of the various differences: the male leads' personality (in PK he's more rational).
Recommended by Nocturna - Nov 11, 2015
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Although they're completely different, the part (in Moon River) about the election of the school's spokeperson, reminded me of City Hall: both dramas' female lead wasn't interested in politics, but was convinced to participate in the election.
Recommended by Nocturna - Oct 30, 2015
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They have one thing in common: both dramas have a mother that, after losing her son (for different reasons), take care of another child raising him as her own.
Recommended by Nocturna - Oct 13, 2015
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Both dramas' male leads are computer genius and CEO/founders of an IT firm.
Recommended by Nocturna - May 2, 2014
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Both dramas' male leads had an important change in their lives after being left by the girl they loved (whatever the reason). In "Hi My Sweetheart" he stopped being a dork/clumsy boy, while the male lead of "Cunning Single Lady" became a successful CEO.
Recommended by Nocturna - Apr 29, 2014
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They both talk about the behind the scenes of a certain field of work ("The King of Dramas" is about K-Dramas, "Over the Rainbow" is about K-Pop). Main difference: the point of view. The lead characters of TKoD are a drama producer/CEO and an aspiring top writer, while OtR tell the lives of wannabe dancers/singers.
Recommended by Nocturna - Mar 18, 2014
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In both series there's someone that pretends to be someone else. One of the various differences: (imho) "Feast of the Gods" is more dramatic.
Recommended by Nocturna - Jan 30, 2014
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They have one thing in common: the male lead has a crush for the daughter of his father's new wife. Apart from this, the plot and the mood are completely different.
Recommended by Nocturna - Jan 15, 2014