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Nao, a cheerful junior high school student, has rented an apartment in the city where she plans to live by herself. However, her plans are promptly ruined when she goes to move in and finds out that her apartment was also rented to Hisashi, a popular yet sometimes distant boy from her school. Things go from bad to worse when Nao and Hisashi discover that they were swindled by their real estate agency; not only is the agency suddenly out of business, but their rent is also 70,000 yen more than what they were originally promised. With no money and nowhere else to live, Nao and Hisashi move in together. Will these two strangers be able to live together or will their conflicting personalities make it impossible?
Both characters end up having to share the same apartment. They both have romance where the guy resits first. They also worry about being discovered. Good Morning Call has a sequel called Good Morning Kiss. Theyre very similair but play out differently to where it's not the exact same story. I was laughing all the way through L-DK
Kyouko and Izumi are two classmates who each lead a double life: the popular and talented Kyouko cares for her little brother by herself while her parents are away, and the quiet, bespectacled Izumi hides his many piercings and tattoos at school. After accidentally discovering each other's secrets the pair becomes fast friends, and together, they begin to navigate their new relationship together amongst unknowing peers and love rivals alike.
The two aren't exactly the same but that would be boring right? Both are cute and funny, with good stories and characters that are pretty similar. The main characters are a bit different but in both stories they go from being really good friends to that awkward stage of "Are we just friends?" Both of the men are slightly invasive and both of the women are slightly naive...which means fun times for all! If you like one I bet you'll like the other...but the bet would be pretty small, just in case.
Both are about a popular highschool guy loved by all the girls. But only one girl is able to really get to his heart. They both go further than just a kiss and show the slow development in their relationship together. L-DK has a lot (great) comedy in it, while Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu is pretty dramatic.
Kiro Aso is an astounding artist who spends her days cooped at home or in art club room, avoiding all contact with others – especially boys. Rei Kashino is a popular motorcycle enthusiast who seems to have it all: looks, personality, and an endless supply of hot babes throwing themselves at him. When the two cross paths one day by chance, no one could have suspected how close these polar opposites would grow to be, or just how many obstacles their love would have to overcome...
If you liked L-DK or Mars, you may also like the other one. Both series evolve around an attractive high school boy and his intimate relationship with the girl they love. L-DK has more comedy in it while Mars has more drama. But you will get similar taste from both series.
The common theme between both these manga is that fact that the protagonist somehow or another ends up living with the most popular guy in her school and has to keep their living situation a secret. If you enjoyed one for the budding romance between the main characters, then you will surely enjoy the other.