Want to know where you can find the dramas you are looking for?

It can often be a daunting task looking for sites featuring legal Asian content. I’ve got you covered. Below is a list of places that stream Asian dramas and films. While some of these require a subscription, most of them also offer free services. I generally have no issues watching dramas and movies on these sites where I live (Southern U.S.), but there are times when content is region blocked. When this happens, I use a VPN to access. I personally use Express VPN.

While I understand the financial frustration of paying subscription fees for legal access to dramas and films, I feel an obligation to legally promote the hard work of the production companies, actors, and crews involved in the making of these dramas and films. The following list includes only legitimate legal sites. Because each app or site may differ by region and device used, I have not included links. However, I have included pictures of the way they generally look online or on the app store.

Please be aware that some of these websites or apps may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that content. While I have enjoyed my subscriptions and these services for years with no issues, it is important to be aware of internet safety and protocol.

Pricing: Some of these sites and services are free for use, although they do include ads (most notably Youtube). Others have free content with early access to VIP users. Still others offer only paid content. While a few of these services may vary in price due to add-on subscriptions (Hulu), most of them are a set monthly fee.

  • Netflix
  • YouTube
  • Hulu
  • Viki
  • WeTV (Tencent Video)
  • iQiyi
  • Kocowa
  • Crunchyroll
  • Vimeo
  • Line TV
  • Gagaoolala
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Viu
Please Note:
I will always include where I watched a drama or film in my review/news posts.