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1 . Navillera is heart warming drama while I can speak is heart warming movie

2. The growth of friendship , what starts off as a sour start to their relationship turns into a sweet friendship is similar in both ( where in start one lead is running away from other and were hating as they were total strangers but in the end they become someone who is like their own family member )

3. There is a character development

4 . in both of them one lead wants to learn something from other one

5 no romance
Recommended by Scarlett - 14 hours ago
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1. Both of them are heart-warming movies

2. The growth of friendship , what starts off as a sour start to their relationship turns into a sweet friendship is similar in both

3. There is a character development in both
Recommended by Scarlett - 14 hours ago
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1 . In both of them main leads are broken and pitiful and when they met each other , they start to heal themselves and understand that they are not the only one who is tried of living in this world
2 . there is no romance between main leads in both of them
3 . female leads is an outcast in both of them
Recommended by Scarlett - 14 hours ago
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The story about secretly liking someone for a long time and taking care of them is similar in both movies.
The overall feel and setting is the same. School/University.
Recommended by Andreea - 15 hours ago
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Both c-dramas are done by the same director and also written by the same screenwriter. Both are making one stay glued to the screen, wondering about the truth behind what has happened. Both are absolutely gripping thrillers that are unique and very well done
Recommended by Lou - 1 day ago
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Both of the movies are showcased in the backdrop of 1970 South Korea and focuses on the darker side of society.
Recommended by la_penseur_solitaire - 1 day ago
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Miss Granny is a movie and not a drama but both share the same actors Park In Hwan and Na Moon Hee as the old married couple. This is also a story of an elderly individual who wishes to realize a dream of theirs that became lost to time because of life's obstacles. Miss Granny portrays an elderly woman and shares her story of her life, her goals, and her dreams as she gets a second chance at youth. Both are heart-warming and bittersweet stories of life, the fruits we bear from it and the burden it can sometimes become, aging as grow older and how we deal with it when it becomes obvious but Miss Granny carries much more comedic elements in it where as Navillera is more poignant with a sprinkle of uplifting positivity. Both are great stories that touch and move the soul in their own way.
Recommended by MistyMaid - 1 day ago
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- Basic plot is similar, single adult male taking care of female child on his own.
- I found both movies heartwarming.
- Child actresses are super adorable <3
Recommended by Choco_chip - 2 days ago
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Both films show a soldier in the South Korean army who is harrassed and abused (mentally and sexually) by his superior.
Recommended by Geegee16 - 3 days ago
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These films have two totally different tones and themes, but they share the same depiction of sexual abuse in the South Korean military.
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Both films depict some form of South Korean military abuse. I Am Trash has a much smaller segment of it.
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Both films tackle abuse subordinates suffer in the military at the hands of their superiors.
Recommended by Geegee16 - 3 days ago
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Both films tackle abuse subordinates suffer in the military at the hands of their superiors.
Recommended by Geegee16 - 3 days ago
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Both films show a soldier in the South Korean army who is harrassed and abused (mentally and sexually) by his superior.
Recommended by Geegee16 - 3 days ago
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Both films tackle abuse subordinates suffer in the military at the hands of their superiors.
Recommended by Geegee16 - 3 days ago