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Both shows are positive, easy to watch, happy; have no frustrating villains; talk a lot about food. There's more romance, plenty of kisses in "Love me, Love my voice" than in "New life begins". Both have lost of side characters, but LM,LMV is a no-stress, slower paced, feel-good, slice of live piece. There is more character development stories in NLB.
Recommended by garabatos - Feb 20, 2024
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Both shows are calm, positive, no villains, no stress, easy to watch, and happy. To some viewers, both seem to lack plot, but both kind of give the same vibe, show slices of life in their worlds. There's more romance, plenty of kisses, and foodie-scenes in "Love me, Love my voice" than in "Meet yourself". Both shows are slow-paced feel-good, have lost of side characters, and feature cities from a touristy view.
Recommended by garabatos - Feb 20, 2024
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Both series are about troublemaking wealthier male leads falling and becoming better men for older female leads. Both series are fun to watch. Unlike Promise Cinderella, there is couple air time and it's is sweeter in Last Cinderella. Also, there are more side stories in Last Cinderella. LC deals with more adult stories than PC.
Recommended by garabatos - Oct 31, 2021
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It's the same actress and the chemistry between leads is just really sweet! MLs are always protecting FLs and very clear in their love for FLs. Most importantly, in both shows, the main couples have tons of airtime (unlike other shows where way too much time is spent on other subplots, 2nd or 3rd couples).
Recommended by garabatos - Nov 7, 2020
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Both are coming of age stories about teenage, rough, tomboyish, rebellious, really stubborn girls. In both stories, the love between leads are deemed unacceptable. In Massaya, it's love between cousins (who are not blood related). In SKD, it's about a loving niece and aunt falling for male lead who loves the niece. Both shows even have the same actor portraying the role of a caring friendly/avuncular/fatherly-figure "prince". In both remakes (2017 and 2018), lead couples have significant air time. However, couple time is much sweeter and less frustrating in Massaya (if you skip over the grandma and all those negative characters...). In SKD, it's mainly the female lead who stubbornly stops the couple from getting together.
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After Hana Yori Dango (original manga) got the 1st movie adaptation in Japan in 1995-- the 1st TV-adaptation by the Taiwanese "Meteor Garden" (2001) and its F4 apparently took over Asia and the concept of "flower boys fever" got started.
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 22, 2018
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Moon River is a Chinese spinoff. The underlying story is similar to all the other adaptations/remakes of Hana Yori Dango-- countryside girl ends up attending a private academy where a group of friends (kind of F3) rule student life. Rich boy falls for the poor girl, however, the plot differs. Unlike the other adaptations, this lead male undergoes character development. In a way, the story is less superficial because the crux of the show is not only about overcoming the lead male's mother/parents objection and vying against other rival girls.
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 22, 2018
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Moon River is a Chinese spinoff. The underlying story is similar to all the other adaptations/remakes of Hana Yori Dango-- countryside girl ends up attending a private academy where a group of friends (kind of F3) rule student life. Rich boy falls for the poor girl, however, the plot differs. Unlike the other adaptations, this lead male undergoes character development. In a way, the story is less superficial because the crux of the show is not only about overcoming the lead male's mother/parents objection and vying against other rival girls.
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 22, 2018
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Moon River is a Chinese spinoff. The underlying story is similar to all the other adaptations/remakes of Hana Yori Dango-- countryside girl ends up attending a private academy where a group of friends (kind of F3) rule student life. Rich boy falls for the poor girl, however, the plot differs. Unlike the other adaptations, this lead male undergoes character development. In a way, the story is less superficial because the crux of the show is not only about overcoming the lead male's mother/parents objection and vying against other rival girls.
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 22, 2018
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ALSB is a sweet and wonderful "variation" of Itazura Na Kiss and its many adaptations. This Chinese variation dedicates about 60% of the show to life in high school and 40% to life as college students and as young professionals, up until they decide to marry. What's special about this C-version is that the male lead shows interest in and cares about the main girl from the onset. At the beginning, he cares in his own quiet ways; then he slowly comes to terms with his feelings and to expressing them. The Thai adaptation "Kiss Me" was excellent. Both variations, the Taiwanese "Attention Love!" and the Japanese seasons 1 and 2 of "Good Morning Call" were great too, but ALSB does a better job in explaining the male lead's personality and decisions. Seriously, ALSB is a sweet show...
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 7, 2018
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ALSB is a sweet and wonderful "variation" of Itazura Na Kiss and its many adaptations. This Chinese variation dedicates about 60% of the show to life in high school and 40% to life as college students and as young professionals, up until they decide to marry. What's special about this C-version is that the male lead shows interest in and cares about the main girl from the onset. At the beginning, he cares in his own quiet ways; then he slowly comes to terms with his feelings and to expressing them. The Thai adaptation "Kiss Me" was excellent. Both variations, the Taiwanese "Attention Love!" and the Japanese seasons 1 and 2 of "Good Morning Call" were good too, but ALSB does a better job in explaining the male lead's personality and decisions. Seriously, ALSB is a sweet show...
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 7, 2018
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ALSB is a sweet and wonderful "variation" of Itazura Na Kiss and its many adaptations. This Chinese variation dedicates about 60% of the show to life in high school and 40% to life as college students and as young professionals, up until they decide to marry. What's special about this C-version is that the male lead shows interest in and cares about the main girl from the onset. At the beginning, he cares in his own quiet ways; then he slowly comes to terms with his feelings and to expressing them. The Thai adaptation "Kiss Me" was excellent. Both variations, the Taiwanese "Attention Love!" and the Japanese seasons 1 and 2 of "Good Morning Call" were great too, but ALSB does a better job in explaining the male lead's personality and decisions. Seriously, ALSB is a sweet show...
Recommended by garabatos - Jul 7, 2018