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Alt title: Never Understand

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At the End of the Road

At the End of the Road

After a truck accident, Taemin finds himself in the body of Siwon, a victim of bullying at school. No longer a pushover, he starts standing up for himself but then meets Woojin, an old friend from the past. Somehow, Woojin immediately picks up Tamin's 'scent' from Siwon. What happened between these two in the past and how will it affect their future?

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meleeny20 meleeny20 says...

this to me tops out of control i still love out of control (my first BL manga) but out of control has many turns and twists and it just pulls at you heart stings if you like this mange you'll LOVE this one you end up thinking "NOOOOOOO, WHY???????, COME ON!!!!!" and i know this is super enjoyable even if romance isn't your first choice

oroborochi oroborochi says...

Both stories feauture a possessive 'seme' lusting for a supposedly strong 'uke'. Both feauture questionable side couples, though Out of Control's resolution is much more complete than At the End of the Road. If you were at any point uncomfortable by OC's male lead, don't read AER, he's much worse. 

This Summer

This Summer

Kim Jumi's life is like that of any other teenager preparing for her SAT's: all work and no play. But one summer day, she witnesses something on the rooftop of her school... From then on, she finds herself getting progressively more tangled up with two boys who're in a complicated relationship.

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LupaLunae LupaLunae says...

They're both webcomics, shounen-ai, and school lifes, but beyond that their tones are just really similar. Yuri in Out of Control shares a lot of similarities with the two main male characters in this summer, especially in the hiding a darker past aspect. Both series are also relatively slow-paced compared to some other series, but they never actually feel slow

His Favorite

His Favorite

Awkward Yoshida is hated by all the girls in school for his perceived closeness with hot guy Sato, who uses hanging out with Yoshida as an excuse to turn them all down. If Yoshida is merely an excuse, why does Sato taunt him in private about “his favorite”? Is it possible Sato’s feelings run deeper than friendship? And what could he possibly see in the funny-looking Yoshida?

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xAMx xAMx says...

Both stories have the basic plot of "most popular boy in school dates ugly, unpopular kid". The stories aren't exactly alike and are actually quite different but if you enjoy one, I'm sure you'll enjoy the other.

19 Days

19 Days

The cute and funny adventures of a boy and his best friend.

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Chatran Chatran says...

They have similar art styles and tones. Both are more lighthearted and comedy focused stories about high school boys' budding romance, though they both have their fairly serious moments, too.

BJ Alex

BJ Alex

Every night at 10, Dong-gyun locks himself up in his room, grabs a box of tissues, and watches a live cam boy show hosted by Alex, a BJ (broadcast jockey). Timid Dong-gyun admires not only Alex’s ripped body, but his candor in sharing his sexual experiences with viewers. One night, Dong-gyun downs too many drinks at a school networking event and passes out. When he wakes up, he’s in bed staring up at a shirtless hunk. A hunk who looks an awful lot like...Alex.

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Some1ridculous Some1ridculous says...

I think both mangas relate to each other because the seme is normally the popular one while the uke is the least popular one 

Mr. A and Mr. B

Mr. A and Mr. B

Mr. A is a mild-mannered salary worker. Mr. B is a lazy college student slouch. When a night out drinking ends with Mr. B passed out on Mr. A’s doorstep, the two somehow get along. Friends or more? They may be opposites but, like opposites, they attract.

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My Starry Sky

My Starry Sky

Just when Yeonduk thought he was finally going to be free of his tormentor (and family friend and crush, might we add), Seo Skyler – coolest kid in school – saunters his way into the same classroom. Skyler might look blessed (his sister’s even in a girl group), but he’s got some family issues that only Yeonduk can understand. Yeonduk is more than just star-struck, though, and when Skyler starts acting nice and walking to school with him, he can’t help but hope there might finally be more between them.

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Not a Sugar Daddy

Not a Sugar Daddy

Jungwoo gets misunderstood because he looks older than his age despite being 20 years old while Youngmin looks like a highschooler despite being a university student. 

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Knuckle Girl

Knuckle Girl

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Unripe Expression

Unripe Expression

Jaewon has known that he likes males since he confessed his feelings to a boy named Yoonsung in elementary school, but when Yoonsung tells him that liking other boys is weird, Jaewon tries to hide his "weird" feelings and push them away. Now in high school, he's developed a strong crush on his kind, handsome classmate Karam, and Jaewon decides it's time to finally confront the reality that he might be gay. He asks for advice over the internet and befriends another gay student named Junseo, who becomes Jaewon's emotional support in his quest to win Karam's heart.

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