2018 Streaming Services for K-dramas Include Viki, Kocowa, Netflix, and Hulu

Now that Dramafever has shut down where can diehard K-drama addicts get their fix online now. Until fans waxed nostalgic about mysoju.com in my Dramafever shut down post I had totally forgotten about that site which offered aggregated K-drama viewing in the early Hallyu days without official licensing but also because the Big Three Korean networks hadn’t yet gotten around to licensing their dramas. After Dramafever pioneering the official licensing of K-dramas for streaming sites there have been major developments including the rise of fan-subbed Viki and the big players Hulu and Netflix offering Korean content. Those three along with newer arrival Kocowa, a streaming site started by the Big Three MBC, KBS, and SBS, are now the only available official streaming site for K-dramas online offering English subtitles. If you can’t find your desired K-drama then the only options are to learn Korean or find a new hobby. Continue reading