Ha! My late-night falling asleep fetish, Korean Dramas, has it's own category now! That's right! K-Dramas has it's own category in Netflix! Many of them are translating into English now so you don't have to watch subtitles ( though I have to wonder if the voices accurately reflect the actor/esses ). ALSO, I have to say, the rest of the world could take a lesson in freaking commercials from the South Koreans. I mean, seriously, instead of interrupting the shows, they blend the advertisements INTO the show. Coffee. Makeup. Hair products. Clothing. Jewelry. Restaurants ( Koreans LOVE Subway & fried chicken! ). Even services like gas companies, etc!! Seemlessly integrating commercials into the programming is the way to go in the future. I mean, it's noticeable, but not. Talk about more realistic than "We'll be right back after a word from our sponsors."
Catch on, Cruel World! Catch on!
I noticed that TUBI has its own K-Drama category as well.
If you can stand the commercials that is, which I don't really mind when watching a free show or movie. However, streaming services need to stop interrupting with the same commercials over and over. Uggh.