Misaki has made his way to attending a university, and continues to live with distinguished author Akihiko – a man who is persistent as ever in pursuing a relationship with Misaki. However, with Akihiko's editor insisting that Misaki keeps his distance to avoid scandals and Misaki’s stubbornness in full force, it’s difficult for the boy to admit his feelings to his benefactor. As if things couldn't be more complicated, the arrival of Haruhiko, Akihiko’s brother, throws yet another wrench in the gears. With Haruhiko now showering Misaki with gifts and Misaki's indecision on the rise, will Akihiko and Misaki finally see their relationship to flourish?
When Ritsu was in high school, he fell in love with a boy who broke his heart, changing his view of love forever. Now a jaded adult, Ritsu has just transferred to the Marukawa Shoten company in hopes of publishing literature, only to be told that he'll be working in the shoujo manga division instead. What's worse, his boss is brash, rude and seems to have an interest in him! However, the biggest surprise is yet to come for Ritsu, as he soon discovers that his boss is none other than his lover of his past!
Same author, same gender (yaoi), not to mention characters from Junjou Romantica showing in Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi. If you love JR, then you'll definitely love Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi - both cover love between men in their 20s, both were created by same studio and both will make a yaoi fan scream in ecstasy due to wide range of bishounens to choose from.
I think it would be almost impossible to like one of these shows and not the other. They're by the same author and are produced by the same studio/team. As such, they have a similar look and feel and similar characters. Both are sweet & funny comedy-romances involving several couples whose stories are loosely connected. If you like one check out the other!
Their setting are similar and they each have one main story and two minor stories.They are both shounen-ai and they give the same feeling when your watching it.They are also from the same author and if you liked one,you have to watch the other.
Both shows are pretty much the same but I enjoyed Junjou Romantica 2 much more than Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi 2. If you are interested in boys love these 2 titles are a perfect match. They are also Season 2's of their franchise.
I loved both of them, both have this raw start but this great insecure walk through the story where it stops at an happy ending
i think of it like tihs junjou is like a prequel and sakai-ichi is like a sequel except there are different characters.
thier both equally good and i fell in love with it at the first episode so if you like either one you'd like the other.
it consists of good romance and drama and also is really sweet (my opinion)
i Think anyone would like this
As a member of a musical duo on the verge of making it into show business, Shindou Shuichi has a lot on his mind -- especially since he writes the songs for his Bad Luck band. His life gets no less hectic when he bumps into Yuki Eiri, a successful yet cynical author extraordinaire, who immediately insults Shuichi’s lyrics upon reading them. Seeking him out to demand an apology, Shuichi nevertheless sees other facets of Eiri’s personality. Can he accept the fact that he might be developing feelings for the novelist who discredited his work on their first meeting?
If you enjoyed the developing relationship between Misaki and Usami, then you may want to have a look at Gravitation. Both series mix comedy with romance and drama and both feature similar type of couple, one who is reluctant and one who is much more forward.
Chisato Takatsukasa would like to think he's a normal concerned parent. His attractive son, Riju, has many male friends and Chisato is certain that they all want nothing more than to take advantage of him - and thus he concocts schemes to scare away each and every one of them. However, there's one man who doesn't seem to get the hint: Shunsuke Sakaki, Riju's best friend who is secretly in love with Chisato. Through a series of encounters Chisato comes to realize he has feelings for Shunsuke as well, but what about Riju and his feelings?
If you enjoyed the comedy and shounen-ai in Junjou 2 then you may want to check out Kirepapa. Both series have a similar tone about them and feature male-male relationships with an age difference.
Ritsuka has nowhere to run or hide. He lost his memories and his mother’s loving support, and then his brother -- his sole defender -- was brutally murdered. He is entirely alone until Soubi appears, saying the words he most wants to hear, but refuses to believe: “I love you and will do anything for you.” Flung into a world of intrigue and magic, where bonded pairs battle and only Soubi can fight for him, he struggles to find his brother’s killer. Yet he must also face the most bitter question of all: if you can't remember who you were, does that mean you don't know who you are?
If you enjoyed the shounen-ai aspect of Junjou Romantica 2 mixed in with a decent plot and a bit of drama then you may want to check out Loveless. While Junjou is more comedic and focuses more on the central relationship than Loveless, both are engaging and enjoyable.