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Half a year ago, Yun-jae Kim lost his wife and daughter in a car accident, and lives in despair day after day. One evening, his diary completely erases itself, leaving behind an ominous message: "you can see them again". 'The 'Holy Grail' is given to those who overcome the 'game' of 'The World of the Backside', and it is said that if you use it, you can reunite with your lost family ... In the cruel world where only the strongest survives, Yun-jae becomes the only one who knows the future. Will he be able to fulfill his wishes?
It's pretty similar becasue
1. both travel to another world as players
2. both have knowledge of the future
3. both are the most powerful new players
4. Both travel to get tested first
5. Both are good in there own way
They both involve a main character being in a really bad place in life, but they they went to another world. Their new world was very cutthroat and unforgiving, but they still managed to forge a better life for themselves.
Both MC :
In this world is:
Both are really awesome fast paced have a sense of growth to the particular MC who know information about the future and use it to gain more power than others
Both similar yet unique enough to recognize them as distinct. Good for binge reading. Stories are okay, but I hope it grows more over time.
E-class hunter Jinwoo Sung is the weakest of them all. Looked down on by everyone, he has no money, no abilities to speak of, and no other job prospects. So when his party finds a hidden dungeon, he's determined to use this chance to change his life for the better... but the opportunity he finds is a bit different from what he had in mind!
In both mangas, MCs are OP thanks to their own efforts.
They both have action/adventure-oriented stories.
They have different stories, but both are interesting for reading.
Both share some aspects of the fantasy genre and unique gamelike abilities for the main characters. They are able to become strong and work hard. The visuals, storyline, and characters are all excellent. These mangas are excellent to read and I highly recommend reading them.
Both fantasy- RPG types, but have a different world setting and character builds so you never mix the two. Solo Leveling is going to have a great endinh, while Memorize I do not know.
Back then, Dokja had no idea. He had no idea his favorite web novel 'Three Ways to Survive the Apocalypse' was going to come to life, and that he would become the only person to know how the world was going to end. He also had no idea he would end up becoming the protagonist of this novel-turned-reality. Now, Dokja will go on a journey to change the course of the story and save humankind once and for all.
Both MCs are the only characters to already know everything about the worlds they are thrown in and that's their most important secret.
They make their parties and help their companions to develop and survive in cruel enviroments.
They do have different stories, but similar plot line.
I think you will like both.
Both involve knowledge of the future, the main character building a party based on what they know, and a game like system.
Yes. Read them both, while I prefer the mc in Omniscient Reader, the mc in Memorize is more of a emotionless type mc for a better imersion with some outbursts of stronger emotions.
After he’s killed by the righteous leader of his own guild, Woojin gets a chance to start over. This time he’s not interested in saving the world from monsters—he’s got his sights set on revenge! His high-level kills quickly garner him notoriety among the game plebs, while boosting his stats as he masterminds his way closer to the top. But there's something no one can figure out: whose side he’s playing for. Now that he knows how to play to win, Woojin will stop at nothing to destroy the hero!
Both MCs are OP and resentful.
They both traveled back in time and are now seeking revenge and ways to do things better.
Both are ruthless and merciless.
They will use everyone and everything to accomplish their goals.
Both MC back in time but they still have they skills (in kill the hero is only movment).In both world are skills and monsters.
As the Demon King, Yifan Zhuo uses his knowledge and power, collected over millennia, to defeat all foes, until the day he is betrayed. With his last breath, the demon king manages to reincarnate... but into the body of a puny young servant! To Yifan's dismay, the servant has a spirit bond with his mistress, Lady Luo. Yifan, now known as Fan, finds himself inexplicably drawn to Lady Luo and links his fate to her family. With Lady Luo at his side, will he regain his place as the Demon King?
MCs are both ruthless and will do anything to achieve their goals.
Both MCs are OP and reincarnated.
They are generally different, but if you like ruthless and OP MCs or second life/reincarnation kind of action/adventure story with superpowers and monsters you will like both mangas.
Yeonwoo’s brother disappeared years ago, and he’s devastated to learn of his death. As he copes with his loss, he’s given a pocket watch and learns there’s more to his brother’s death: he was betrayed while competing in the Tower of the Sun God. Now it’s Yeonwoo’s turn to use the knowledge his brother left behind. Can Yeonwoo (call sign: Cain) navigate that world and gain enough power and experience to reach the top of the tower, defeating his brother’s enemies and all those who stand in his way?
Both MCs are OP and have knowledge about the worlds they are in.
One is a solo player, but kinda gets a party later, the other one has a party from the start, but they are ruthless and merciless, even so, they help people they find competent and useful.
Over the curse of the story, they do show some emotions.
I think you will enjoy both.
King Grey has unrivaled strength, wealth, and prestige in a world governed by martial ability. However, solitude lingers closely behind those with great power. Beneath the glamorous exterior of a powerful king lurks the shell of man, devoid of purpose and will. Reincarnated into a new world filled with magic and monsters, the king has a second chance to relive his life. Correcting the mistakes of his past will not be his only challenge, however. Underneath the peace and prosperity of the new world is an undercurrent threatening to destroy everything he has worked for, questioning his role and reason for being born again.
After being recently discharged from military service and just drifting through life, Hanbin Ryu is suddenly transported to another world. However, his “guide line,” the system bestowed upon him to help with his survival and growth, was filled with errors, causing him to be stuck in the tutorial stage for over 20 years. When he is finally released from this personal hell, he finds everyone has turned against otherworlders like him. Just how will this low-level, super-tutorial newbie survive?
Both MCs are thrown into another world against their will and they are forced to become stronger in order to survive.
They both make parties at some point in the story and they are protecting their companions at all costs.
Both have funny and sad moments and are great stories.
A powerful cultivator unexpectedly time-traveled into the modern world with heroes. In this small world, the fight between cultivation and superpowers shall begin...
They aren't really similar in any way other than that both MCs are in other worlds against their own wills, but after reading Memorize I recommend reading CAHS because it's really funny and refreshing.
Both MCs are OP and care a lot about their companions.
You will see monsters, different creatures, and overall interesting stories.
Chen BeiMing was once a young and talented hunter of the Heavenly Alliance, until he got betrayed and murdered by The Five Lords. He gets resurrected into the past while having his memory intact and swears that he will get revenge on those who betrayed him. With the help of his battle sprite, he once ascends the road to become the strongest again...