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SSKF

Dramaland

SSKF

Dramaland
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Strong, impressive female leads.

Heroes who want to use heroine for revenge... but are so terribly bad at this revenge stuff because they are so much in love with her to hurt her. Re Rerng Fai is more of a revenge drama than Lying Heart. In Lying Heart, he never remembers the revenge until someone reminds him, then he forgets 2 seconds later. RRF is the more intense drama, but he also loves her more than his revenge.

No rape in either, just lots of chemistry and consensual bed scenes.

Both have easily forgiving heroines. Both have happy endings.

Lying Heart is more comedic and sweet than a revenge drama. RRF has so much sweet scenes, I'm surprised I didn't drown in a vat of sugar. RRf is more a slap kiss than Lying Heart, though in both (LH especially) there was really no slapping lol, just kissing.
Recommended by SSKF - Aug 1, 2018
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Same actress stars in both.

Make lead had anger issues and a deeply traumatising past that makes them lash out. Everyone around them fears (Raeng Tawan) or mistrusts (KLKF) them.

Both take place on a farm/ estate and the female lead works for and lives with the male lead.

Because of his anger issues towards her, he tries to change himself for her.

Raeng Tawan is a richer and better version of a similar story. The male lead, though more abusive, is more willing to change, more wiling to apologise, and cry about his pain. He also had greater character growth. He wasn't angry all the time so it lead us to a better family story and better interactions between the leads.

KLKF shows how two people can work hard to build a marriage, support each other and grow towards eachother.

The actress is the same in both - as in no growth between dramas because both stories are required the same from her. She's just a little 'meh'.
Recommended by SSKF - Jul 30, 2018
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Push plays the same type of character. In both, he tries to trick the girl into falling for him, but he fell instead. When he hurt her in U Prince, he really felt the hurt too and tried to change. He really repented, genuinely. He was a better actor in U Prince. Also, in U Prince, he acknowledged tearfully that attempted rape is terrible and he is a horrible person for forcing her. We don't get that in Thai lakorns.
Recommended by SSKF - Jul 22, 2018
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Black *sounds* like a story similar to the Grim Reaper's romance in Goblin. Both are Fantasy Romance. Immortal falling for human love stories. One forgets the other...

**Edit - Black is totally different to Goblin, but the Fantasy, Romance genre remains. Both are also about supernatural entities on Earth and interacting with humans.
Recommended by SSKF - Oct 7, 2017
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In both dramas

- Fated lovers meet in many lifetimes.
- Great costuming
- strong love story
- Beautiful main leads
- stunning blue eyes on a pretty face in Novoland.
- In Novoland - Emperor of a kingdom of power falls in love with a girl from the enemy kingdom but doesn't care cause he's so in love. He defies everything to spend some time with her.
- In Eternal Love - Crown Prince of Gods falls for what his people consider an inferior enemy. He doesn't defy everything, and he makes stupid mistakes, but he learns the error of his ways.
- Female lead initially loves another but her true love is the male lead.
- Male lead totally and devastatingly in love with female lead.
- Male lead never ever deviates on his love for her, or cheats. He's a one woman man.
Recommended by SSKF - Sep 18, 2017
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Strong females are in both. The romance takes a back seat but it's good. The male leads are incredibly protective of the woman they love and would do anything to keep her safe. Male leads are also the best and coolest at his profession. Suspenseful.

Good fighting scenes in K2.
Recommended by SSKF - Jul 15, 2017
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Something about 1 Percent is a remake of 1% of anything. I think the earlier version is quite charming.
Recommended by SSKF - Nov 1, 2016
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Seems like the same kind of premise. Guy and girl work together to solve crime, guy falls for girl slowly and girl is even slower, and the killer comes to ruin the moment.
Recommended by SSKF - Nov 1, 2016
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Cold guy, who has problems feeling and expressing anything at all, melts for a flamboyant, lively, slightly silly girl. She literally warms his heart but he remains cold to everyone else. the supporting characters are great too and the guy's family likes the girl 100%.
Recommended by SSKF - Jun 12, 2016
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Rich guy, poor girl. Guy relentlessly pursues the girl and lets no one at all bully her - no matter who they are. He's totally in love and acts like it. Guy owns a business too and girl works for him. Lovely friendships in both dramas.
Recommended by SSKF - May 10, 2016
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Medical dramas. Both about doctors who risk everything to save their patients despite opposition from others. Both feature surgery scenes too. Both doctors persevere against all opposition.
Recommended by SSKF - Apr 27, 2016
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Both are medical dramas with a healthy slice of disasters. D-Day is more medical with higher disaster, and a sweet romance, while DOTS has heavier, sweeter romance.
Recommended by SSKF - Apr 20, 2016