Akagami no Shirayukihime

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Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri

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scarpenter scarpenter says...

Both mangas are excellent and have wonderful art (aka attractive characters). Their similarity is how both male protagonists are attracted to a down to earth heroine. One's a butler and one's a prince. Can't go wrong either way. :)

Blue Ramun

Blue Ramun

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Mayu2016 Mayu2016 says...

Both of these manga deal with independent female healers who, through their professional work, become influential to men in high positions of power.  As the healers work to do what they can to aid the lives of people around them, deep bonds form and grow...

Akatsuki no Yona

Akatsuki no Yona

King Il of Kouka, a land said in legends to have been founded by four dragons, has only one remaining heir, a daughter named Yona. She lives a happy life in the palace with her cousin Soo-won, who she loves in spite of her father's opposition to them marrying. Her life is turned upside down when Soo-won murders her father and steals the throne. Yona, with her childhood friend and bodyguard Hak, must retreat to gather allies and reclaim her place as ruler of the kingdom.

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closetanimefan closetanimefan says...

These manga are not very similar in terms of plot, but rather the protagonist of each reminded me of the other. Both have unusal red hair and a bright personality that draws others torwards them. They also both have a high and mighty goal and enough stubbornness to freeze anyone who tries to get in their way. If you liked the feel of either of these main characters, check the other one out. You might just like it.;)

Apothecarius Argentum

Apothecarius Argentum

Primula is a princess of the small kingdom of Beazol. As a young child, she was entrusted to the care of a boy named Argent. But unbeknownst to Primula, her new friend was actually a Basilisk - a slave trained by an ancient organization to be a sold as a food taster or assassin. Due to their constant exposure to poison, a Basilisk's hair turns white and they are unable to physically touch another, lest they inflict death upon them. After a misunderstanding, Argent was cast out of the castle and Primula lost her dear friend; but after being poisoned with mercury in the present, Argent is once more brought into the princess's life. Though he still harbors bad feelings for Argent, the King hires the man to watch over his daughter and the two begin their new life together. Political troubles, Primula's duty to be married and a number of other obstacles stand in their way, not to mention the fact that the two seem to be falling in love. Can the two ever be together when Argent's very touch will kill the princess?

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phoenixaurora phoenixaurora says...

Both feature a pharmacist protagonist in a fantasy setting.  In Apothecarius Argentum, our main character is in love with a red-haired tomboy.  In Akagami no Shirayukihime, the spunky redhead is our pharmacist protagonist.  

The romance in both series is well-paced and natural; developing from a long friendship and with a bit of drama about their difference in social status to keep it interesting.  Believable political intrigue, a forbidden love between a prince/princess and his/her pharmacist that's not too melodramatic, and well-developed side characters are some of the reasons why these series have been good enough to warrant over ten volumes published.  

Come for the character development, herbalism and a shoujo that emphasizes other plot elements besides the romance.  Avoid if you're allergic to slow pacing.