Both are about Qin emperor.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Recommandé par Aoi_Takahashi_12
Eisei from KINGDOM is a real historical figure in China he is qi shi huang (yin Zheng) in KINGDOM his motive in the whole film is to unifying China but why don’t we see What it like for Eisei(first emperor of China) to fall In love?
In The king’s woman Eisei(yin Zheng) fall in love with the girl who he killed everyone in her kingdom they storylines here is very tragic we get to see the romance king of qin and his motive of wanting to unify China
Recommandé par WatchingFariyRed
even if the storyline is not the same but king of qin( Eisei) mother is the FL in The legend of haolan. In TLOHL we get the see the romance of Eisei parent and the birth of eisei from a first son of hostage prince to crown prince of qin dynasty INTO king of qin. In TLOHL we get to see eisei relation with his mother and father especially the love he gets from both his parent
Recommandé par WatchingFariyRed
Both are based on a popular manga series; both have a dynamic cast and both have awesome fight sequences.
Recommandé par Tsuyu
Set in the Sengoku Period. Retired from ninja duty, Torakage lives a peaceful life in a small village with his wife and son. One day, Torakage’s son is kidnapped by his former master in an attempt to force him to break into a nearby castle and steal the Gold Scroll, the counterpart to her Silver Scroll, the two of which when brought together point the way to a vast treasure. Having no choice, Torakage and his wife sneak into the castle. However, their plan goes awry and the two are caught and turned over to the evil lord. Now, with his wife a hostage of the lord, Torakage must bring him the Silver Scroll held by his former master or forfeit her life! Utilizing weaponry crafted by an eccentric inventor, Torakage takes on both sides and plays them and their ninja armies off each other in the hope of saving his family.
Recommandé par 73n5h1k015h173
Both have similar feelings as in the journey to overcome obstacles. Both use a young ML to overcome the odds with a select few on the journey helping as time goes by. Each ML both were considered insignificant but used it to their advantage. Both are great to watch.
Recommandé par Azura Skye
Has a similar storyline. Arthdal chronicles is a little more fantasy but if you enjoyed Kingdom you will defiantly enjoy Arthdal Chronicles.
Recommandé par reenazz
In nineteenth century China, two girls named Snow Flower and Lily are forever bonded together as sworn sisters. They are paired as laotong by a matchmaker who is also responsible for arranging their marriages. They are isolated by their families and communicate by writing in a secret sisterly language, Nü shu (a historical practice in China in that period) on a unique Chinese fan that Snow Flower possesses. In the present day Shanghai, their descendants Sophia Liao and Nina Wei struggle with the intimacy of their own pure and intense childhood friendship. As teenagers, Sophia and Nina were introduced to the idea of laotong, and they signed a traditional laotong contract on the cover of Canto-pop Faye Wong's album Fu Zao (Restless in English). Eventually they are separated but come together again when Sophia falls into a coma after being struck by a taxi while cycling. Reunited at long last, they must come to understand the story of the strong and close ancestral connection hidden from them in the folds of the antique white silk fan or lose one another forever in the process.
Recommandé par 73n5h1k015h173
Both of these are adaptions from the anime and mangas material. If you enjoyed Kingdom, you will also enjoy this one. Different plots but similar vibe. Those of you manga readers, this is another great one for you if you haven't seen it.
Recommandé par Unknown
Bromance. The plot is quite similar, including the characters. The last part is almost the same for both movies. Both in terms of the setting / fight scene and how it ended.
Recommandé par Sarah
SO basically , they have diff plots, like completely diff plots but hear me out k?
Both have comedy
both have slapstick ML
Romance here, Bromance there
Both has Kickass fighting female vibe
Fighting scenes to cool
Embarrassment 101
Cool plots with no thickness

Bonus: Yamazaki Kento, Baby!
Recommandé par Wol hwa
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