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Both are about serial killings and suspense. Romance is the minor player in both. Tunnel is better because it balances well the suspense, the sad scenes and the comedy.
Recommended by SUNNY - 28 days ago
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The reporters and news team are under pressure to quickly put out stories before the other networks to top the TV ratings game. Reporters struggle to separate the real from the fake stories. Both dramas involve prosecutors as main characters. Both are thrillers.
Recommended by SUNNY - Apr 1, 2019
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Both dramas are about the daily life of the reporters in the field and their news room activities. Pinocchio has the idol drama feel and is comedic with romance.
Recommended by SUNNY - Apr 1, 2019
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One of the best chemistry of the leads in any Asia drama with a statisfying ending! Breathless romance and good comedy throughout!
Recommended by SUNNY - Dec 5, 2018
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Heard it Through the Grapevine is not a travel romance drama even though the main characters have romance in their lives. The striking similarities between the two dramas are the depth of characters including the supporting roles and the intrigue. The more you learn about the characters, the more similarities you see in your life. It is closer to reality than most dramas with a pacing to match.
Recommended by SUNNY - Oct 20, 2018
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Similar story with war as the background and comfort women servicing the Japanese soldiers. This one was considered brutally honest portraying the callousness of the Japanese and the hardship of the brothel women.
Recommended by SUNNY - Sep 10, 2018
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Similar in concept of a war and women are used to "comfort" the sexual desires of the soldiers. The difference is Flowers of War is more action packed and stars a white male in the lead. This is an award winning film in Asia and was nominated in the Best Foreign Film category at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards.
Recommended by SUNNY - Sep 10, 2018
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Both dramas center around brilliant strategists who use their tactical skills to navigate the political game. The poster image of Si Ma Yi walking the tightrope above the upturned swords is a testament for both dramas. Both have excellent cast members including actress Liu Tao (Ode to Joy's Andy) who actually has main parts in both dramas!
Recommended by SUNNY - Jul 6, 2017
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Both show the gritty side of The Republic of South Korea as it developed. Though, The King takes place 20 years later when transitioning from a dictatorship to a democracy took place. Corruption plagued both eras.
Recommended by SUNNY - Jun 10, 2017
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It centers around a strong father figure and his adult children as they face internal family issues plus external struggles with their significant others. The supporting characters are diverse and in depth. A very good blend of comedy and tearful scenes. It is never boring even being over 50 episodes.
Recommended by SUNNY - May 24, 2017