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What's going on with the KBS dramas? There are suddendly so many restricted dramas


#41

Well, it is not showing up when I search for it. Grumble. I’m going to do the VPN thing though. That might help me access a few other shows that I currently can’t access due to my region. I’m in the US so I can’t figure out the discrepancy. I even searched using the names of some of the actors with no luck. Bah!!! Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.


#42

@tackysue_864
I searched for the drama on Netflix (I’m in the US too) but didn’t see it.
I even checked Amazon Prime but it’s not available there either.
It wouldn’t hurt to message Viki’s admins and see if they plan to re-license the drama.


#43

It is on OnDemandKorea (a licensed site in California), but without subtitles : (

Also, the entire series was recapped by Dramabeans.
http://www.dramabeans.com/2015/10/six-flying-dragons-episode-1/


#44

Does Viki contribute any sort of sum $$$ to obtain permission for these networks? People pay for subscribitions, where exactally do the funds go? They do not pay translators it is all volunteers doing the work.


#45

Yes, they pay for the licences for all the series and movies. And those are very pricey.


#46

I have heard it’s 1 million dollars for popular dramas.