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blackstar_aria

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Time traveling, romance, and fighting... the cooking isn't similar, but stopping evil people from taking over and mystic power is!
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ie uru onna reminds me so much of kaseifu mita because of the demeanor of the main character.
In both stories the women are strong, independent, able to move others hearts, straight faced, and can do anything. Both have mysterious pasts and push others to be better.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Nov 19, 2016
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Of course the lead female is older and the male leads are seriously cute, but the real similarity lies in how accepting the relationship affects the characters. In Kimi wa Petto the female lead was softened, but in Last Cinderella the male lead was softened.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Dec 16, 2013
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girls fighting senselessly, meet boys fighting senselessly.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Feb 8, 2012
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a princess meets a man who changes her life and makes her work hard, plus they both get stripped of what they have to learn a lesson.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Nov 10, 2011
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They both feature around the clock investigations, betrayal inside of the organization and many people dying. mystery and suspense all the way.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Nov 6, 2011
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Both stories are about fully grown adults trying to figure out what they want in themselves and in their relations ships. Both series develop the characters the same and seem to have similar types of characters. Love shuffle has more comedy than slow dance
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Aug 6, 2011
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Both dramas are written by the same team and it shows, they both have strong female leads who have to go into hiding while their "fated" love finds them. (I liked delightful girl best tho)
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Jul 26, 2011
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Where as full house was more dramatic drunken to love you is more comedic- but the same idea, 2 people who dislike each other are forced to live together because the female has lost her house. they fall in love cant admit it, and eventually come back to each other.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Jun 25, 2011
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Both stories are about a young girl who is inexperienced and is tutored by someone who is a master at the craft and then she falls for him. Both dramas have the same feel although one is about food and the other about writing.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Jun 25, 2011
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They are both about swindlers on the run, who eventually run into people who soften them and make them consider changing their lives. Hammer Session is way lighter feeling, and funnier than kurosagi which really lives up to its dark name.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Jun 18, 2011
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The exact same concept for both dramas: a rough inexperienced teacher is taken in by the principal to change the hearts of the students and the school culture while having a past that most wouldn't agree with. That fits both perfectly.
Recommended by blackstar_aria - Jun 18, 2011