Korean (TV) dramas-- Confucian hulu

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Korean (TV) dramas-- Confucian hulu

Post  Chris Cochrane on Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:33 pm

A bonsai friend asked if I'd ever seen Dae Jang Geum (a.k.a., Jewel in the Palace) a couple of months ago. He recommended purchasing the video or renting it from Netflix. After a bit of web searching, I found it available through licensed streaming video on Dramafever.com. I hesitate to recommend anyone start a 54-hour streaming video marathon, but each episode of Jewel' was a page-turner for me. Each "K-drama" drives home ethical decisions with good & bad overtly distinguished. Bonsai are sprinkled among props.

There is an Asian American students' gathering in Philadelphia this weekend which is sponsoring a month of free "premium service (no advertising)" on Dramafever. Key "ECAASU2010" as a promotion code when signing-up, but I imagine this ends soon. Due to licensing limitation, the streaming video is only sent to North American servers to the extent Dramafever can control it.

... visit the U.S. National Bonsai & Penjing Museum, Washington DC USA-- http://www.bonsai-nbf.com

Chris Cochrane

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