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The monarchy was abolished long ago in Korea – but what if it still existed to this day? Chae-Kyung lives in such a world where Korea’s palaces are filled with royalty and the crown prince Shin has transferred into her school. Her initial run-in with the boy is unpleasant to say the least; but what’s worse, Chae-Kyung soon discovers that she and Shin are forced to be married due to a promise their grandparents made! How can a simple commoner learn to live the life of a princess when she can’t stand her newly beloved husband?
100% Perfect Girl definitely isn't identical to Goong, but at least in part they're quite similar. Both showcase a girl who's pulled against her will into the life of luxury and royalty, and follows how she deals with it. In Goong she hates the guy and in 100% she wants to love him, not to mention in 100% there's a lot more action and drama. But still, fans of one will surely appreciate the features the other shares.
Both stories have beautiful drawings. Although the story cannot be said to be similar, the intensity of the drama is nerve wreaking!
100% Perfect Girl has quite a bit more violence and drama, but they both share the same themes of love triangles, possessive male leads (who happen to be members of the monarchy)...the female leads even look the same.
If you liked one, you will definitely like the other, they share a similar feel.
Ever since Kuromi's father died four years ago, she's been left to take care of her ailing mother and two twin brothers by herself. However, one day Kuromi's life changes forever when she comes across a hurt man in an alley and nurses him back to health. His name is Hakuron, and he's the young leader of the Dragon Lord Association - a Hong Kong mafia organization. After stealing Kuromi away to Hong Kong, Hakuron is determined to make her his own; and after falling in love with Hakuron, regardless of his sins, Kuromi is happy to oblige. Her new life within the mafia won't be easy, as rival organizations, Hakuron's old playboy lifestyle, his fiancée and a brand new school situation threaten to stand in their way - not to mention, Hakuron's insistence on taking what's his, even Kuromi's body...
Both of these manga are similar in there story line. Jarte asks Jay to marry him. Hakuron demands that Kuromi gets married to him. they become engaged. They also have lots of struggles. Girl gets kidnapped. boy saves her. they struggle in there love. there are mafia's in both of them. but in haou airen Hakuron is the mafia boss. overall both of these manga's are quite similar but very amazing. if you like 100% perfect girl you will love Haou Airen and vice versa
Both have similar themes of: rape, betrayal, violence, murder
Both are "Cinderella stories", the male leads in both are very rich and powerful, while the female leads are just average women.
Both women are taken away from their own country to the country of their "prince".
In both, the men are possessive and desire to control and own their woman.
If you can stomach the dark themes in one, and enjoy it, you will like the other.
Both of these stories are manhwa that are royalty focused romances. In both, the main female character first meets the lead male character and does not realize his power/status. 100% Perfect Girl has much darker tones, but they both have murder/lost memories as sub-themes.
Yooi is a poor yet optimistic girl who lives from hand to mouth and wants nothing more than to pay off her father’s debts so they can be a family again. Lida is a rich, stuck-up heiress whose life of privilege has left her heartless and feeling entitled to get whatever she wants. While these two girls would seem to have nothing in common, they share one identical thing: their appearance. And since Lida has been getting death threats, she hires Yooi to be her body double. Yooi is eager to earn the money, but soon finds herself in the path of danger, and in the arms of Lida’s fiancé – a man she’s steadily falling in love with...
It's unsurprising that these two manhwa have a similar feel, given they're written by the same creator. While dealing with different subjects, they share a variety of plot points - a girl is thrust into a life of danger and intrigue, while falling in love with a beautiful boy. With an uncanny similarity in appearance, flow and feel, if you liked one you should probably check out the other.
Both of these manga are about powerful and wealthy men who fall in love with a regular girl while the girls must learn how to deal with being with extraordinary lovers. Although Perfect Girl becomes more complicated I think if you enjoyed one you'd like the other as well.