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?
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?
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.
If you like Legend of Nereid or Red River, then you you will probably like the other. Both start with a girl being pulled out of their normal lives. Both have a historical sense and have powerful men as the love interest.
Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu are Tokyo schoolgirls with nothing else in common, until one fateful day at Tokyo Tower changes everything: the three are transported to the magical realm of Cephiro, and find that their fates are inexorably intertwined. The sinister Zagato has kidnapped Princess Emeraude, whose will power keeps Cephiro safe, and the three girls are told that they must become the legendary Magic Knights in order to save her. This task will be difficult and dangerous, as Zagato has sent his most powerful minions to stop the girls before they can fulfill their destinies. Protected by an ancient wizard's blessing and determined to find their way home, Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu set out on the adventure of a lifetime
Being transported into a new world and not knowing how you’re going to survive isn’t an easy thing? Can the girls of Magic Knight Rayearth and Red River survive and find a way to go home? Or are they going to be stranded in this new land for the rest of their lives?
This one is a little bit of a stretch, but we can make that jump...
Red River is a "person in a strange world" and a historical fiction story, in which the main character is sent back in time. In Private Prince, the main character is a history nut, so there's a common theme of history. The other major theme is the ordinary girl falling in love with a prince, and he in return, and the progress of their romance (and people who stand in the way)
When high school student Ageha Yoshina finds a red calling card in an isolated, ringing pay phone, he believes he's merely stumbled upon the game 'Psyren', a curious urban legend. He initially intends to trade information about Psyren to the world's foremost fortune teller for a famous reward, but after his childhood friend Sakurako – who happened to possess one of the cards – disappears, Ageha rushes into the game's dangerous world to find him. Now trapped in a post-apocalyptic landscape and pursued by Psyren's deranged inhabitants, Ageha must fight to survive and unravel this world's mystery before the game takes his life.
Living in a town one minute then teleported to this desert like area the next, how will the transported people survive? And if they do survive how will they get back home? The only difference is that the people in Psyren go into the future when Yuri Suzuki from Red River is sent into the past.