In Coffee Prince, the male lead helplessly falls in love with the female lead despite thinking she's a guy. Conflicting feelings ensue and it makes us love him even more. In I'm not a robot, the male lead helplessly falls in love with the female lead despite knowing her as a robot and faces a similar dilemma.
5 Recommended by palak - Jan 3, 2018
Both dramas have protagonists who are cooks and have talent in cooking. While IRRLY has the female lead working in the President's kitchen, Sato's character is the emperor's cook in TNR. Certain scenes in TNR seem to be inspired by IRRLY, although it could simply be a coincidence.
0 Recommended by palak - Nov 20, 2017
Both have single mom protagonists raising their kids in a village and there are a lot of similar characters in the village. Both moms have a kid with a disease. While Lee Bom has HIV, Xaio Le has diabetes.
0 Recommended by palak - Sep 6, 2017
both have slow-building romances that start from friendship. In both the dramas, the female lead is working in an office and striving hard. Both male leads are super sweet and nice. Not jerks.
0 Recommended by palak - Jun 29, 2017
Both dramas have the same female lead actress and she plays similar roles, although Pyo Na Ri is much more naive than Gu Hye Jung (The Greatest Love). In both dramas, she takes care of her family financially. Both the dramas have great romance.
0 Recommended by palak - Oct 28, 2016
Both dramas deal with jerk CEOs falling in love with innocent women and going crazy and being helpless. It's quite a funny sight. In both the dramas, their assistant helps them.
1 Recommended by palak - Oct 15, 2016
In both the dramas, the female leads come from rural mountain areas that do not have modern facilities like electricity, phone internet etc. Both cook rice on fire. Both are attached to a deceased grandparent. The male leads are super rich in both the dramas. Both of the series are hilarious!
2 Recommended by palak - Oct 15, 2016