Both depict conflict in family and Taiwanese rural life. In A Boy Named Flora A, it's about returning home from Taipei to family and dealing with family conflict. Both also have whimsical moments in their storyline, making room for comedy. Also, both have great music.
0 Recommended by isabelle - Dec 26, 2018
Ho Goo's Love similarly follows Uee as a young, single mother, except in that drama she was a national swimmer before becoming pregnant and running away on her own. It is definitely a lighter drama with more comedy, but still delves into deeper issues in society that reminded me of the way Marriage Contract went into the issue of single motherhood and illness. Basically, watch Uee's amazing crying and acting in this drama too!
1 Recommended by isabelle - Apr 5, 2017
Both series focus on the female protagonist (Rainie Yang in Life Plan) and how they make decisions on love when life presents difficult situations. Life Plan A and B is also a short series (6 2 hour episodes), and also slightly melancholic. Both series raise questions about what is love and what it's worth.
0 Recommended by isabelle - Apr 5, 2017