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Both dramas tell the story of an independent working woman who meets and falls in love with a younger man. Both are extremely well written, comedic, tender and smart.
0 Recommended by Jeaniessi - Jan 7, 2012
They are both Joseon-centric Historical dramas with emotionally and mentally strong, intelligent female characters as the leads. They also both contain similar values and have overlapping cast in places. (Dong Yi takes place before Dae Jang Geum...)
0 Recommended by KimYunmi - Jan 6, 2012
They tell the stories of men who suddenly become the primary caretaker of children in a society that values the tradition of female caregivers. I think Marumo is more complex (and better) than At Home Dad, but they are both good and worth watching if you like family dramas.
Both dramas follow the exploits of stay at home dads in communities that don't appreciate their non-traditional roles. While the issues of gender roles and inequality are heavy, both of these comedies lighten it up :) Dare Yori has more colorful characters than At Home Dad, but both are good.
While "When It's At Night" is more romance based and longer, both deal with historical artifacts and the protection or sale thereof. Both deal with catching people in the Black Market of stolen art and antiquties.
0 Recommended by DeceptivelyBlonde - Jan 5, 2012
Both dramas have a nosy teacher as main lead. She sticks her nose into her students problems and solves them. Plus both of them knows how to kick ass. Gokusen is more comedy oriented while the other one focuses on romance more.
0 Recommended by HAVA-RAVA - Jan 4, 2012