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Both are about the unselfish love of a parent. Good Life is about a father and son bond, Her Love, a mother and daughter. Both are exceptionally [email protected]
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Both are serious, thoughtful dramas that cannot be forgotten. Kamisama is one of those dark romances that you hesitate to watch, but are glad you did. Both have subject matters that affect others in a tragic way. Kamisama is more heartwarming, both are memorable.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Mar 13, 2018
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Both begin with a murder. Soredemo is more of a serious and insightful drama, One Million Stars is a mystery romance featuring the talented Kimura.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Mar 13, 2018
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Both are serious venues in which the actions of one person affect and determine the fate of every relation person. Two of the best J dramas ever produced.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Mar 13, 2018
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Both are older dramas that are worth watching if you enjoy romance. The couples have magnetic appeal that carries the shows.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Nov 24, 2016
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Both are stories about high school students falling in love with their teacher. Both are touching romances. The J drama is more serious and intense than the K drama.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Jan 14, 2016
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Both star with a woman who goes to prison for her boyfriend. Both are really romantic with interesting story lines.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Dec 13, 2015
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Both are Godfather-like gangster dramas. Both have hot, talented stars: All In- Lee Byung Hun, Ji Sung, Song Hye Kyo; Friend - Hung Bin, Kim Min Joon. In both they vie for the same woman. All In has an unexpected, great ending: Friend is not so unexpected after the first episode.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Oct 28, 2015
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Both are melodramas about people finding love while dealing with a devastating illness. Precious Time (1998) is a classic and is one of the best romance dramas produced. It features international superstar, Kaneshiro Takeshi. Don't avoid it due to subject matter. It has an uplifting ending. Boku no ita Jikan is more difficult to watch.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Oct 25, 2015
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Both are written by the same author. They remind me of the excellent American Godfather movies, minus the violence. Both are about control and power and family structures.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Oct 3, 2015
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Both are classic romances hugely popular in Japan in the late 90's. They are both touching and timeless stories. Despite all obstacles, their love wins out.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Oct 1, 2015
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Both of these classics are incredibly touching and romantic with great acting and story lines that ace it right to the very end.
Recommended by pattyrn4 - Jun 29, 2015