A young woman has an accident and starts being able to see ghosts; she's as dishevelled and kooky as the female lead in the Mysterious Nurse; she also latches onto the male lead (though in The Master's Sun he's an arrogant jerk of a chaebol).
0 Recommended by Trouble-chan - Mar 4, 2019
Both have an older femal lead falling for a younger guy, as well as the male lead being the younger brother of a friend. In both dramas the female lead knew him when he was an annoying kid and then he went abroad. Now he's back and just as annoying but hunky, handsome and cuter than a bunny. There's other similarities, but to mention them would be spoilers. Still, if you've seen What's Up Fox? you'll get them anyway.
0 Recommended by Trouble-chan - Apr 19, 2018
About two girls, one more masculine, who meet through a set of circumstances and fall in love. Cue family objections, separations, tears and heart-searching but, like Girl's Love, Girl's Summer also has a happy ending.
0 Recommended by Trouble-chan - Mar 30, 2018
It's the first film version of the InK and another one to add to the 'stable'. All the characters are the same and the story follows the original manga/anime; much as this drama did.
0 Recommended by Trouble-chan - Sep 26, 2017
Both have a woman dating a much younger man and struggling - with an older man slowly realising that not only does *he* like her too, but that she is actually a great person and he screwed up in the beginning by not realising it. The only difference is the endings - one has the woman ending up with the older man and the other has the woman ending up with the younger guy (and no, I'm not saying which is which - you'll just have to watch and see!)
0 Recommended by Trouble-chan - Dec 28, 2016
Starring the wonderful Takenouchi Yutaka; this Japanese drama is about a man whose wife has a subarachnoid hemorrhage and needs surgery. He's warned that she might still die and, even if she survives, her memory might be affected. She lives, but does indeed suffers amnesia. The drama is really about them and how their relationship changes; not in the same traumatic way as the couple in 'Don't Forget Me', but still in a believable way that once again shows the partner, family and friends struggling to help someone with memory loss issues.
0 Recommended by Trouble-chan - Nov 4, 2016