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Two close women facing each other in the same area to demonstrate who is the best, with a particular love-hate relationship.
Recommended by Malu - Oct 14, 2017
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The two dramas are similar for the double meaning of the piano for the leads, and because in both the mother is a teacher of piano.
In "Page Turner" the characters vehemently desire to be professional pianists someday, so sometimes playing the piano is torture for them, even though they're still in love with it. While in "Piano," the instrument symbolizes for the characters their days of happiness, and at the same time the nostalgia for a time that will not return.
Recommended by Malu - Oct 12, 2017
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Both show a group of characters who cling to their talents and dreams, and how they notice that the opinion of others is not as important as what they think of themselves.
Recommended by Malu - Oct 11, 2017
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The 'ugly' and clueless girl has to deal with her piteous day to day while she tries to find her own dream. The female lead is also constantly compared to her more beautiful and successful sister/best friend.
Recommended by Malu - Jul 7, 2017
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Both are melodramas about two people with no real kinship that are raised as siblings and fall in love in the path. In both cases, the lovers hide the truth to not hurt their families, except that in "Piano" the protagonists share a sister, causing that society really sees them as part of the same family. Sad endings.
Recommended by Malu - Apr 17, 2016
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A lot of rain, a lot of romance...
Seasoned with comedy, a yellow umbrella and, obviously, more rain!
Recommended by Malu - Dec 24, 2015
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In both dramas, the protagonists are stunt doubles who dream of becoming a star someday.
The problems start due to their skills in martial arts: in Secret Garden, Ra Im calls Joo Won's attention; and in Because of You, Sun Fan draws the attention of netizens.
Recommended by Malu - Dec 4, 2015
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Although the genres are different, the center of conflict in both dramas is the possession of the Hotel due to the death of the rightful owner. The dramas show the hard life of a true hotelier who leaves everything aside to serve guests, but mostly shows the dilemmas faced by main characters in their private lives as they struggle to the survival of the hotel and their happiness.
Recommended by Malu - Nov 3, 2015