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Trylissia

Neverland, Florida

Trylissia

Neverland, Florida
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Both stories involve an older woman falling in love with a younger man. I would consider both to be an almost slice of life romance. There is no "villainous" parents or such attempting to keep the two would be lovers apart. Nor are there any situations too far out there to be realistic. The stories are gentle and involve the differences in ages when it comes to perspectives on relationships. Also, both are adaptations of a manga.
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In both shows the male lead is influenced by his feelings toward a girl to take something he'd dismissed before more seriously. In "Tumbling" the story focuses predominantly on the friendship between the team members while "Pin to Kona" is more romance-centric. The tone of both shows is also similar.
Recommended by Trylissia - Nov 27, 2013
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Both dramas are about a sports club making a come back. (Baseball for Rookies; Rythmic Gymnastics for Tumbling) Rookies has a teacher that is the influence to change while Tumbling is more of a combined effort. You can't help cheering both teams on and desperately hope they reach their dreams. Not to mention Yamamoto Yusuke stars in both. :)
Recommended by Trylissia - Apr 17, 2013
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Both dramas are about a sports club making a come back. (Baseball for Rookies; Rythmic Gymnastics for Tumbling) Plus, there are the required cute Yankees. xD Rookies has a teacher that is the influence to change while Tumbling is more of a combined effort. You can't help cheering both teams on and desperately hope they reach their dreams.
Recommended by Trylissia - Apr 17, 2013
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Yankees slowly changing for the better. Both dramas are warm with only happy endings. Not to mention they are both very funny and enjoyable.
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The themes behind these dramas are similar. The delinquent class meets a new teacher with a "past" and slowly begin to change for the better. Both dramas are bright, hope for the future sort of stories. They leave you with warm fuzzy feelings at the end.
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