Here U Are

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A Guy Like You

A Guy Like You

Go Siwon's dreams are constantly visited by the clever, beautiful Kang Jinha. In the dream, Jinha keeps on mentioning this "incident" that happened between them but Siwon can't remember anything! And how can it feel so real? Luckily for Siwon, hints about the "incident" start to appear and Siwon is able to regain his memory bit by bit. How will their relationship change at the end of it all?

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An1meFanat1c An1meFanat1c says...

These two magas are extremely simliar, although Here U Are doesnt have as much magic or dealing with exs, the characters, and character developmant are quite similar. There is the lighthearted chirpy, short-ish guy, and the tall, quiet, cold guy. Both deal with one character being openly gay, and the other slowly discovering he is the same. They also both have very simlilar art and are web comics, if you are looking for something similar to A Guy Like You, with similar, and yet unique characters but a not so similar overal plot (exept for the bl parts) then this is a must read.

pretystarami pretystarami says...

they are both very good manga.If you don't like these mangas I'm so sorry for your horrible taste in manga

Jazz for Two

Jazz for Two

Taeyi hears a familiar melody fill the empty halls and makes his way to the old music room. He knows his brother is dead, but he can’t help but hope, maybe, just maybe...it’s his brother playing his favorite song. When he slams open the door, however, he finds Seheon, the new transfer student, at the piano. Disappointment comes crashing down and Taeyi can’t control his anger. How dare Seheon play his brother’s song? How dare he smile? How dare he say he loves jazz? “If I ever catch you playing the piano again...that’ll be the end of you.” 

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says...

Both shounen-ai webcomics focus on a pair of guys who attend school together and start off with a less-than-friendly relationship that blossoms over time and shared struggles.

Max11030 Max11030 says...

They don't have the best impressions of each other in the beginning, but gradually start to like each other more and more. There's some past memories and relationships that are in their way. Also, both have a cold and distant main character.

Guang Xiang

Guang Xiang

A story about two youthful boys--one named Yu Xiao Guang, the other named Lin Xiang--who have to deal with the problems forced upon them by reality and their families. Through their tough teenage years, how will they console each other? What will be the true nature of their friendship? And what does the future hold for them?

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Layain Layain says...

Another lovely manga from the same author and also a BL.The art is nice and the plot is really touching and emotional in some parts.I think it presents a realistic view of what can happen to friendship and people if society doesn't accept who we are and what our sexuality is.  

Escape Journey

Escape Journey

It’s Naoto’s first day of college, and the last person he expected to see was his high school ex Taichi, whom he’d dumped after a huge argument. Even though years have passed, Naoto finds he’s still steamed over some of the harsh words that were exchanged, but he also recognizes how much Taichi has matured since then and can’t help getting pulled back in. Will the discovery of his friend’s crush on Taichi fray the fragile threads of this mending relationship?

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fanof fanof says...

Not so much similar as it goes for the story, but the main characters are really alike. In both mangas we have a shy guy who doesn't do that well in social situations and a really outgoing one with a huge smile on his face. Both have an nice art, are set in university and in both in the beggining we have a misunserstanding beetween main characters. 

For Your Love

For Your Love

Through his older brother’s experiences, Jung Yohan already knows how a gay, unrequited love can miserably end. Determined to save his club senior from that same fate, he aims to help him in his quest for love. But being a Cupid isn’t as easy as it sounds. 

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says...

I like how the characters in these shounen-ai webcomics are basically decent people trying to do what is kind and right. The romance blossoms slowly in both cases, but is worth it in my opinion.

Sign

Sign

There are a few unusual things about Cafe Goyo. Number one, their coffee sucks. Number two, their customers never order off the menu. And number three, Yohan, the cafe manager, is deaf. So when Soohwa joins as a part-timer, though he is not expected to learn how to make good coffee, he is asked to expand his sign language vocabulary beyond the words, “higher,” “pay,” and “please.” But when Yohan offers to give him private lessons, Soohwa is reluctant. Not because he doesn’t want to study, but because he has a “hard” time around Yohan. Like, literally. He gets hard. Whenever he hears Yohan’s deep, sexy voice.

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says...

While these two BL webcomics are vastly different in terms of setting and amount of racy content (one is a shounen-ai story, the other is straight up yaoi) they both appeal to readers who like sweet stories with cute scenes, quiet semes who are gentle but protective, and loving characters who develop genuine respect and consideration for each other.

Fools

Fools

For college senior Edward, friends and relationships have always been a bit of a nuisance until he meets Justin, the peppy new freshman eager to be his friend...or more?

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Astaal Astaal says...

The two comics both happen in college between a freshman and his upper classman. They both focuse on the emotional side and are filled with a lot of fluff and cuteness and They have a character knowing hes gay while the other is only finding it out + they are so slowww wich i really love 

Spun Together

Spun Together

A young yarn shop owner, Teddy was raised to believe love could touch people’s lives. That all changed when he met Rain, a popular but rude artist disgusted by the touch of other people. After accidentally injuring Rain’s hand, Teddy promises to nurse him back to good health. Cooking, cleaning, Teddy does his best to make things right despite Rain telling him he’s doing everything wrong. Little does he know Teddy’s touch is the first that makes him feel…good. Can Teddy knit Rain back together? And why is Rain afraid of skin contact? The strings of fate have been tied together! 

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Take Care of My Housekeeper

Take Care of My Housekeeper

When college student Ban Chan hits his wealthy underclassman Doyun's car with his motorcycle and runs off without taking responsibility, Doyun tracks him down and informs him that he owes him 10 million won in damages. Broke, in debt and unable to escape the consequences of his hit-and-run, Ban Chan loses his girlfriend and his job and ends up working as Doyun's temporary housekeeper. As the two young men get to know each other better, Ban Chan learns that Doyun's family is rather dysfunctional. He was abused by his brother for being gay, and he's being stalked by his obsessed step-sister who refuses to believe it and has convinced herself that he will one day marry her. To get rid of her, Doyun offers to reduce Ban Chan's debt if he pretends to be his lover, and he agrees. But what happens when this fake couple develops real feelings?

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Shall We Go Surfing?

Shall We Go Surfing?

How did the phrase "Surf with me." became a connotation for "Sleep with me"? There are strange rumors surrounding Ha Doyoon, and Sung Jin, curious to find the truth behind those rumors, approached him. The events that unfolded during the 3 days that followed only made him more and more confused.

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