Tsukushi Makino is an average girl who attends a not-so-average school. Populated by an elite and high-classed society of students, the school is also home to the F4 - the richest boys in school who dictate the lives of both the students and the teachers. One day, Tsukushi's friend accidentally falls and knocks over the F4's mighty leader, Domyouji Tsukasa - a boy famous not only for his money, but also for striking fear into any student who looks at him the wrong way. Domyouji doesn't take being knocked over lightly, and when Tsukushi sticks up for her friend the F4 declares war. With the whole school now against her, Tsukushi works hard to show everyone that she is a ‘weed' that will no longer be trodden upon!
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?
Very similiar in story plot! Both stories involve an extremely poor heroine who falls in love with an overly popular and rich guy. In Hana Yori Dango, it's the son of a world famous corporation. In Goong, it's the prince. They also both include a side character with blondish, reddish hair who interferes with the heroines feelings. Both love books and quite places. The heroine in a word is very humorous and is bullied quite often by the girls in the story. Both the main characters, Domyouji Tsukasa and Lee Shin start off snobby and pampered. They both don't realize the true meaning of happiness. After meeting the heroine, they realize life is not all about money. I truly enjoyed both of the series but I recommend watching the drama Goong. It is way better than the manga itself.
Both the leading males are financially powerful people, and they are both snobs. Both Makino and Chae Gyung are poor (by comparison) and attend the same school as the Tsukasa and Lee Shin, and this is how they meet (both on a very bad foot). There's also lots of issues with reputations, status, and love triangles.
They both have a similar feel and charm, and Makino and ChaeGyung are both very funny and kick-butt kinda girls. If you liked one, you'll love the other.
With a noticeable tan and bleached hair, Momo Adachi is a high school student who is frequently misunderstood by her classmates. She's accused of being a playgirl and is the subject of many rumors, most of which originate from her ‘best friend' Sae who is jealous of Momo due to them having a crush on the same boy. Momo's life only gets worse when Kairi Okayasu, who she once saved from drowning, decides to make her his own. Kairi coming into Momo's life only encourages Sae to spread more rumors about Momo and Kairi while going after Toji herself, creating quite a complicated situation for everyone involved.
Two boys one girl, the girl likes one of the boys but he doesn’t like her (or he just doesn’t show his like for her). When the other boy likes the girl one and she hates him, how will this story end.
Girls get your claws out because that is exactly what they do to the two main heroines in the story. Both Peach girl and Boys Over Flowers are filled with romance and heartbreak and misunderstandings galore! With love just around the corner for both heroines it is quite a journey to actually make it to the finish line, that however is the most entertaining part.
A chance encounter throws the heroines of both stories into a complicated relationship with a group of four handsome, mysterious guys. Although they would both prefer to live a simple life, their strong willed personalities endear them to these boys and the girls' feelings eventually begin to change...
Mizuki Ashiya is a teen Japanese girl growing up in the USA. After seeing Japanese track star Izumi Sano on TV one day, she became instantly enamored with his grace and style, and became determined to find him and confess her love. She's able to transfer to his all-boys school by hiding her feminine identity, and finds herself as his roommate in the process. However, while the rest of her classmates simply suspect she's a very girly boy, Sano sees through her façade in time, and together they must try to keep Ashiya's true gender a secret. Now, Ashiya must not only try to confess to the man she loves, but also help him work through his personal issues and keep her secret safe from the school in the process!
Comedic aspects is why I would recommend it. Both are hilarious and bring a smile to your face. Both at times can be serious and they both make your really care about the characters. Both are really fun reads.
I recommend both mangas to each other because there is a group of boys who forms a club and is the most popular people in the school while the main girl character is getting bullied in the begining but then she will start to develope feelings for the leader of the group....