There’s cross dressing in both. Although, Jang Dong Yoon is more convincing. The romance of both first stems from a friendship. Both male leads are handsome and female leads are young experienced actresses.
Recommandé par S Woo
Both are historical dramas with the similar concept of gender swap with a good comedy and plot. The only difference is in tale of nokdu the guy becomes a girl
Recommandé par caspleo_svt
- ML in The Tale Of Nokdu and FL in The King's Affection, both hide their real idendity
- both also end up falling in love
Recommandé par elvi
- light comedic romance, very funny at times
- male and female leads are so natural and confident in their roles, super talented
- great chemistry between the leads
- strong and smart female lead character
- supporting cast are as phenomenal as the main leads
- theme is culturally relevant to current times
- stunning cinematography
- overall enjoyable and entertaining.
Recommandé par colay17
- both dramas are gender benders with the male lead cross dressing
- the female lead is kim sohyun in both
- the leads are roommates in both dramas
- the cross-dressed version of the male lead has many male admirers and is very popular
- both can be classified under the rom-com genre
Recommandé par snakeu
ML poses as a girl to protect himself from people trying to kill him/hunt him down. The strong women of the village become his friends and allies without knowing his secret at first.
Recommandé par emeraldarrows
Both are historic dramas set in the Joseon period and that are more on the lighter side, especially compared to a lot of other dramas set in this time period (though the Tale of Nokdu more so than Queen: love and war). Both also include hidden identities. As seemingly with all Joseon-era sageuks, there is palace politics involved, however, in both cases the romance is more of the main focus of the show.

*!spoilers!*
Both also include a SML that’s planning a coup because he wants to become the king, and in both cases said SML is in love with the FL.
Recommandé par Aurora
Although Haechi is a bit darker, both dramas involve the fight for the throne, they have strong female leads, comedy, romance, and a great story that keeps you clicking the next episode.
Recommandé par ClassyApples
Both shows:
> Have adorable male leads who are good at heart.
> Smart and mature female leads who are the apple of the male lead's eye.
> The male leads end up bringing hope to the female lead.
> The relationship between the leads is very balanced.
> There's a big focus on romance and romantic moments/gestures; more so in TTON.
> Both male leads pretend to be someone else at first (deceiving the female lead) but for a good reason.
> The Female Lead is caught between the affections of the male and second male leads.
> Male Leads are seen as an obstacle by the second male leads, who desire to kill them.
> Male Leads do not want to sit on the throne.
> Male Leads try to keep their families safe.
> The cinematography is beautiful!
Recommandé par 3GGG
Miki Ogawa yearned to live the life of a lovely girl and moved to the city from the countryside because of this. She holds a job at a fashion mail order company. Miki Ogawa also has a secret. She is transgender. Although she has a pretty woman's appearance, her sex is male. One day, Tadaomi Goto appears in front of Miki Ogawa. They graduated from the same high school. Tadaomi Goto is flustered by Miki's different appearance, but they happen to become roommates.
Recommandé par 73n5h1k015h173
both historical with assasins and powers
both about revenge
both cannot fight
both training to be able to fight
secret assasins
Recommandé par Allusion
Both are sagueks that balance a comedic lighter tone with some darker more serious moments. Both have a cross dressing lead, although in ToN it’s the ML and in OBY it’s the FL. If you enjoyed one give the other a chance.
Recommandé par emmam25
Has humor, tragedy, love. The main leads have undeniably chemistry. The plot is very good with unforgettable characters. Strong female leads who will fight for justice and not run away from the brawl.
Recommandé par ClassyApples
Both have Kim So Hyun and the "kings" in both are really similar, both are easily manipulated, weak and horrible fathers
TTN was more light and romance focused while RWMR might be more political
Recommandé par XingBack
My Country is a lot more of a tragedy, however, there were similar plot points such as a gisaeng house that is *more* than it appears (spies/assassins), a fight for the throne and I think that Nokdu and Hwi (main character in My Country) were very similar characters. Also Woo Do Hwan as Seon Ho (in My Country) is literally INCREDIBLE, so I would recommend this drama based on his performance alone anyway.
Recommandé par hnh
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