In the last 10 years, Netflix and other streaming platforms have made it easier for us to watch our favorite shows and movies online, legally, and at a reasonable price. The 2000s were a different era, when fans shared unofficial players and free downloads were the most popular options. Over the past few decades, free services have become less popular as legal services have become more accessible, but it appears that things might be returning to how they were.
Streaming services are available all over the world, and it is almost impossible to keep up with them all. You might not even be able to watch the show you want in your country. It’s a common problem for Asian drama fans, especially those who want to watch new episodes as they air instead of waiting weeks, months, or years for them to be officially released. Dramacool, a free service run by fans, is one of the primary sources of such content.
Dramacool’s vast library of Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese, Thai, Hong Kongese, and Chinese dramas and movies is updated daily, with English subtitles provided by fans. But, if you are new to this sort of service, you might be wondering if it is safe to use it.