Don't you just hate spoilers? I do, too. That's why I always try to include warnings. However, I sometimes ramble a bit too much here or there and maybe a few (or many) key plot points slip without me giving proper notice. So I'd like to include a blanket spoiler warning for the weary internet travelers of the world: Here There Be Spoilers. You've been warned.

Monday, May 12, 2014

If I haven't made my love for Crunchyroll rather clear then let me state that I spend 85% of my TV time watching Crunchyroll. The rest of the time I'm hitting up Netflix or Funimation or checking out the NFL Network. Thanks to my Roku, I can watch Crunchy on my lovely HDTV instead of my Kindle Fire HD or my Chromebook. 

But also on Roku is the KDrama channel, Crunchyroll's sister site. In case you don't know, Crunchyroll features both anime and dramas. Naturally, anime is overwhelming favorite on Crunchyroll, but there are more than a few dramas on Crunchyroll and since I've started watching Korean movies I've also wondered what their dramas must me like. So I started watching some drama on Crunchyroll. There's some pretty damn good stuff up on there, but KDrama is even better. Not only does KDrama include all of the dramas on Crunchyroll, but it also features dramas that aren't on Crunchyroll. 

Unfortunately, the Roku app for KDrama only features the Crunchyroll stuff, but I'm hoping an update will change that. 

If you like watching things on your desktop or laptop then all you have to do is go to KDrama and sign up. If you are a Crunchyroll member then you get a grace period before you have to pay a fee. Since I'm an all-access Crunchyroll member (I pay for both the drama and anime accounts) I don't have to pay a dime to KDrama until January of 2015. 

What this means for Crunchyroll's drama I don't know, but if you want your drama fix then give KDrama a visit.

Because, I mean, how can you seriously not like Korean dramas?

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