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?
He’s the ruler of the country of Roinne; she’s a typical Korean teen, and his 100% perfect girl. For the rich and powerful Jarte, he wants nothing more than to take this girl, Jay, for his own, and together the two begin a tentative, tender relationship. However, Jay and Jarte’s lives will be nothing but simple, as insecurities, assassins and rivals in love stand in the way! Will the two manage to stay happy together?
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.
Both mangas are about love triangles and the royal family. There are similar themes about class and status and both feature elaborate costumes.
They're both Manhwa that deal with royalty, romance, and an average girl who has a connection to the royal family. They both have an evil queen as a antagonist, as well as princes who fight over succession while in love with the lead. If you liked one, you will definitely like the other.
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!
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.
When Makoto’s boyfriend ran away with her money and she was fired from her job, she thought her luck was over. That is, until she fell into the ocean while drunk and was rescued by a charming, rich and older man who decides to mold her into a perfect lady to marry! However, for the ordinary Makoto this proves difficult and she soon finds herself in bed with Aito, a rebellious teen… and unbeknownst to her, the son of her fiancée! Now that the three of them are living in the same house, Makoto finds her heart in turmoil. Who will she choose to love?
Candy Life has more sexual content and is more mature in general, but both it and Goong involve a girl who's stuck in a relationship she'd rather not be in - at least she thinks. There's a love triangle as well (more so in Candy Life).
For no apparent reason, fifteen-year-old Yuri Suzuki is suddenly snatched out of her modern world by a pair of hands emerging out of the water. She is transported back to Hattusa, the Hittite Empire's capitol, during the time of the Bronze Age; its queen, Nakia, wishes to use Yuri has a human sacrifice. The only way Yuri can survive is by becoming the concubine to the Prince of the Empire, and Ishtar to the people of the Empire. With danger at every turn and her heart torn, will Yuri decide to stay in Hattusa, or try to find her way back home?
Goong and Red River share similar themes and romantic stories. They are both about the relationship prince and an ordinary girl. They have a common villan: the stepmother/ queen dowager and her obsessive need for her son to be the crown prince.
The stories are different, but the themes they share are similar.