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Both dramas are about girls who seem normal, but are really slobs at home.
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In Protect the Boss, No Eun Seol becomes Cha Ji Heon's secretary. She whips this immature, rich man into shape and falls in love with him. In How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor, Jung Yoon Hee becomes Yoo Joon Suk's secretary. She cracks his cold, businessman shell and falls in love with him.
Recommended by zareba - Dec 26, 2011
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In both dramas, two best friends fall in love. Also, Annie Chen stars in both.
Recommended by zareba - Dec 26, 2011
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Both dramas are about ordinary girls who accidentally get thrown into four rich guys' lives. The boys are quite similar in both. There's the hothead, quiet one, playboy, etc. Meteor Garden takes place in a college while Magicians takes place in a famous hair salon.
Recommended by zareba - May 11, 2011
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In both dramas, the lead girls have inferior looks, but end up falling in love. Many obstacles abound in their journey.
Recommended by zareba - May 10, 2011
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Both series are about ordinary girls who fall in love with rich men who have lost their memories. Many mysteries surround why they have lost their memory, and the couples goes through many obstacles to overcome their strange situation.
Recommended by zareba - May 8, 2011
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In Down With Love, the lead girl pretends to be a lesbian in order to get a job as a nanny. In Personal Taste, the lead guy pretends to be gay in order to be the lead girl's roommate. Not surprisingly, these people fall in love.
Recommended by zareba - May 8, 2011
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Both dramas have similar female/male leads. The girls are both tomboys and the boys are both childlike/innocent and harbor a deadly disease. Both dramas also have a melancholy and at times comedic atmosphere. I have little doubt that if you loved on drama, you'll love the other.
Recommended by zareba - May 3, 2011
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In Otomen, Asuka acts like a popular, manly man. However, he secretly likes girly hobbies such as sewing. In Hotaru No Hikari, it's the opposite, Hotaru acts like a typical OL, but at home she's a slob. Ironically, both love interest in these series are the exact opposite of the male/female leads.
Recommended by zareba - May 3, 2011
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In Last Scandal, Sun Hee, an unhappily married mother, becomes a live-in maid to a celebrity so that she can earn money. Likewise, in Oh! My Lady, Gae Hwa, a divorced mother, becomes a live-in maid for the same reason. Both of these immature male leads mature thanks to these women.
Recommended by zareba - May 2, 2011
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Both dramas are about the lives of brothers (three in Brother Beat and four in My Prince) and their parents. Comedic, romantic, and heartfelt family moments make these dramas an enjoyable watch. Admittedly, Brother Beat is better overall. However, most will be able to appreciate My Prince.
Recommended by zareba - May 2, 2011
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Both dramas are about women helping the male leads learn the ropes of show business. In Mean Girl Ah Chu, Ping Zhi is completely innocent and clueless, so he desperately needs Ah Chu's guidance. In Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku, Shiori helps Taiga step out of the shadow of his famous father.
Recommended by zareba - May 2, 2011