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[Theme of the Month] K-dramas and community

Dramas are gifts that keep on giving. There’s the obvious aspect: countless hours of joy and entertainment that come from watching. The less obvious gift comes in the form of connections and friendships that can bloom from a shared love (or hate) of a drama.

Offline, watching with my family has been a great bonding activity (you’re never too young or old to enjoy a drama). Online, I’ve made incredible friends from all over the world, and though we may have different tastes, we’re united by our love and passion for dramas. So:

Tell us about your drama community (or communities). What kind of connections have you developed due to dramas?

 
To submit:

  • Email your submissions to [email protected] If you have a registered Dramabeans account, include your handle so we can link to it.
  • Include at least 1 image, though more is preferred.
  • Suggested length: Between 500 and 1,000 words.
  • Deadline: We will post these on a rolling basis, so we’re taking submissions now. We will cut off accepting submissions on June 25. If you miss this month, join us for a new theme next month!

 
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Beanies are the best! That's all I have to say really.
Here ends my post.

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Actually - I do have something more to say lol. (that probably surprised nobody)

The reasons why Beanies are the best, is the ability to turn something heart-breaking into something hilariously funny. I've bookmarked the fanwall post from the group hug to commemorate the moment that our ship sank in that drama that shan't be named, and whenever I feel a bit grumpy I look at it and it always makes me feel better. Thank you my fellow-shipmates!

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Another reason why Beanies are the best? Even though I was the instigator of the whole incident that shan't be named who also happened to board the other ship that shan't be mentioned, Cloggie is still willing to talk to me despite all of it.

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I did tell someone that I bought a musical instrument after a chat with one of my online friends. When they asked me if I thought this particular online friend was reliable, I had to admit that they did make me watch a terrible drama. But that this didn't make them a bad person.

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πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Why do I feel that some people might make the same argument about serial murderers?

Your online friend who happens to be a RL musician is so gonna put on her resume that she convinced her online friend to buy a musical instrument with the heading "International Music Advocacy."

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My online friend should definitely put that on their resume! Especially as I'm very happy with the musical instrument

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@kimbapnoona you should also add International Popular Media Mediary: Provides written and spoken translations from Mandarin to English, as well as clarifying and/or explaining cultural norms and customs. Appropriately uses advanced squeeing and giggling to convey emotional content of media.

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@egads, thank you for making me feel so undeservingly accomplished this Sunday morning. 🀣

I think I might keep my mad skillz of "advanced squeeing and giggling" known only within the bounds of this community. Same with "oppa ogling" πŸ˜…

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Hey cloggie , I missed you πŸ’šπŸ’œ
No sorry The Guest Is The Best
The Beanies are the second best πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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May! I've missed you too!

If I was going to write about about the Beanie community (which I'm not going to) it would have to include the episode of you giving me health advice when I was ill... πŸ’šπŸ’œ

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Awwwww *Hugs*
You can DM me on Twitter whenever you feel like it but in advance sorry if it took me sometime to reply πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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I literally have nothing else to add. Dramabeans is my online home, literally my second home and my safe space. This community is incredible and I love all of you here.

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I concur with @cloggie. Beanies are awesome!

Thank you beanies for making drama watching more fun than what it actually is πŸ€—

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And thank you for allowing me to spazz about my faves on my fanwall! Hahahaha

More hugs to beanies. *hugs*

Also thanks to DB overlords for giving us this platform to discuss dramas! *more hugs*

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You have faves? Who knew? πŸ˜‚

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Hahaha..I've been very subtle about my faves....not! 🀣

Be prepared my dear beanies..I'll shower my wall with my faves this month and next month and maybe for months to come. They are kinda active this year and I'm a happy fan πŸ₯³

*twirls and throws confetti*

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*puts on yellow beanie hat and deep purple hoodie*

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Even as a part-time lurker, I've managed to participate in temporary communities revolving around particular shows, and the information and insights that fellow viewers provide really do greatly enhance the viewing experience. This is especially true of the more divisive shows and the reasons given for liking or disliking them. It's interesting to see what people look for in their dramas, what preconceptions they bring, and how the show might or might not change their minds.

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Yikes. Where does one even start.

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Is a goodly theme. I look forward to them.

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I could write like four different articles/essays on this, shβ™₯t.
Probably more than that actually. Some good. Some bad.

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Do It ,Do it do it just do it πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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Lifelong, i've always watched (mostly) English tv shows by myself, meaning, i don't really discuss the various likes and dislikes about them with anyone and/or try to know more about the cast or the show itself either on the internet or via general chit chat with people (GOT is the only exception). However, with K-Dramas, this is the first that i've sought online information about the dramas, its actors and reading other people's reviews and posts via youtube and similar websites, than just watching these shows myself. And it's been quite good so far. While, i've been a beanie for just few days, i look forward to reading the recaps and the posts here, and maybe in time, i too will become more engaged in the community and further these meaningful interactions. Offline, I'm still not participatory but who knows that may change in the near future:-) Thank you!

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Welcome!!! I discover this site in 2013, but joined fully a little bit later. I am glad I did... here I find not only friendship and empathy but lots of laughs as well.

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*rolls our welcome mat* This is truly a wonderful place! Hope you enjoy yourself participating in it!

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Welcome to Dramabeans. We may be passionate, but we are mostly harmless.

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The votes are still out on whether Egads is a serial killer though. @isthatacorner might be under her coercion.

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Don't scare the newbies @hotcocoagirl

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But Egads that is literally my job description.

@pcch2345 my apologies, I’ll take you shopping at Serial Killers R Us next time to make up for my behavior. I swear black baseball hats and hoodies will have you blending in in this community as a regular in no time. Welcome!

PS serial killers are hot and charismatic Egads, why be ashamed of what you could be? You’re like Jang Ki Yong in CAHM

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My only one: dramabeans!
Where I live right now looks so anti-dramas πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
But I thank you, guys, for saving me!!!!

On the other hand, some dramas can give me a community within themselves, that even though it is fiction, it supplies me values, struggles, humor and compassion that is not easy to find in real life.
So, even though it is for a short period of time every time, it is worth for me, every time when it is done right.

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Dramabeans can teach the rest of the world that:
1) you can be respectful even if you discuss things online
2) you can have compassion even if you disagree.
3) you can be friends even if you have differing opinions.

It's why I love our little corner of the internet so much

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Absolutely! Because we understand we all like the same, just in different waysπŸ˜‰

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thats one of the BESTEST theme ever... am so excited to read everyone's write ups...

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this totm is gonna be the sweetest love letter / the biggest shoutout to all beanies ever

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I'm expecting mine , don't forget to insert lots of πŸ’œ in it πŸ˜…πŸ’šπŸ’œ

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Beanies made me realize that funny, snarky people can also be nice!! It’s amazing how much I connect with people who I have never met. Thank you DB for creating this community and beanies for keeping me sane :)

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The problem with this theme is there is too much to write about. Do you write about the overall awesome community of Beans? Do you write about the madness awesomeness of the A Poem a Day days with the ships, the island, and everyone's concern for a small alligator? How about the rabbit community and the way group watches have allowed Beanies to share their love/hate/snark with other likeminded or reluctant Beans? (Shout out to the ISWAK gang, and one cannot leave out @kimbapnoona's amazing real time translations of Meteor Garden and Put Your Head on My Shoulder. Simply amazing to witness.) Or do you write about how you now have friends from all over the world? Though I'm still not convinced Australia is real. There's been poetry, music parties, gif stories (who can forget the epic adventure of the Errand Boys), the Love, February prompt, and so much more. Well, this got a bit mushy for my taste, so I'll let you dumblings figure out what to write, and I'll sit back and read.

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Dumblings!

I think there's nothing to add to this @egads. You've nailed the issue as well as the reason why I'm looking forward to reading the posts.

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I have taken a front row spectator seat!!

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πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯° Where else am I gonna find people who understand waiting for a week for subs is an act of cruelty that needs to be immediately remediated by making the very same people endure my act of mediocre translation?

HERE is where is at!!! Thank you Beanies for humoring me through it all!!

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Hush. Your translations were 10x better than anything I've encountered so far. Where else we would find anyone willing to live translate dramas for us?

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Exactly! Where else or who else?

I will forever remember @kimbapnoona giggles

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Remember, she doesn’t giggle that way in real life. Quote unquote.

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My memory naturally retains only what I believe is real.

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Mushy squishy hugs my fellow competent Beanie πŸ’šπŸ’œ

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Ah, A POEM A DAY. The only shipping war I have ever been involved in. The ratings in Korea were so poor that we must have been the only viewers. The whole thing was a ball (after getting through the early episodes) and the poems were great.

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I hope they know. I hope the cast and crew somehow know how much joy the drama gave to people scattered all over.

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Since the DB overlords clearly have a leg into the door of actual Kdrama ent, this is actually possible.

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What is this rabbit Beanies group watch you speak of? I need to find me one of those.

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The main rabbit group is here: https://www.rabb.it/s/5up2m

We have random watches, and some scheduled weekly watches. There is a Friday Coffee Prince watch at 6 pm CST, and you're welcome to join us here: https://www.rabb.it/s/rlyhrg

And there is also an It Started With a Kiss group that is currently watching the Thai version Kiss Me on Sundays at 7 pm CST here: https://www.rabb.it/s/ro2boe (though no one seems to be showing up tonight :( )

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Thank you!

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Everyone’s invited! Get the rabb.it app or go online and you’ll find it. Here’s the link. You've been invited to TraumaBeans: https://www.rabb.it/s/ndrph

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@egads beat me to it!

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Thanks! So how does it usually work? I've used rabb.it before, but it's been awhile.

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usually people will organise watches and announce it on the fan wall!! there’s a tag list somewhere you’ll probably be added to it so you’ll get notified when we’re watching stuff! but also we have impromptu music rooms sometimes and we just usually chill and talk in the chat room!!

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@babybeast People keep mentioning the fanwall, but I'm not a super active beanie, so I don't really know what that is. Is that the section on my Dramabeans profile or is it something different?

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@ohsoenthusiastic, scroll up to the top of the page here. See where it says Beanies? Click on that and it will take you to the fanwall. There's a whole 'nother world here on DB, and you can join the chaos fun.

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Or, on a mobile device, the three lines at the left upper corner will pull down a menu that also has BEANIES.

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@egads Thank you again, lol.

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@bammsie could add you once you become active on rabb.it. I’m technology-uninclined. I can usually muddle through, but just barely.

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Australia does not exist but Drop Bears do.
This is The Great Conundrum.
Also, I'm secretly a large Nigerian man.

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Umm I think you missed the chaebol adjective somewhere in your secret description ;)

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I eat sashimi. That's all you need to know.

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People say that making friends once one is out of school is hard, but now I know that it is only when they have not found the right community.

Watching and discussing dramas with Beanies make great dramas better, and terrible dramas funner. Thank you Beanies for being AWESOME (in Veronica Park's voice....see, no one else would get this but you!)

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This calls for perhaps my most serious piece of writing here yet. Ahem.

I LOVE BEANIESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSAHKDJGDBNkdvdhdnskkd

*finger hearts*

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I know February was a long while ago, but it is now never a distant memory thanks to you.

Love to you, πŸ”₯πŸ«πŸ‘§πŸ»

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I second this. πŸ”₯πŸ€—

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Third.

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Fourth.
I wonder how far we can take this counting πŸ˜…

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I can't....I don't have fingers....

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Ah, sentiment appreciated ToD! You’re the sweetest killer I know!

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Ahhhh February ~

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Thanks for the love, @kimbapnoona @fatcat007 @egads @obsessedmuch @raonah
*fully body heart to you with both arms*

@sicarius Why do you question your love? Oh, and there’s something behind your ear... *finds and pulls out finger hearts like a magician would pull out a coin*

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My phone magically started connecting to the internet again so I'm making the most of the miracle and cleaning my 80 Something phone browser tabs before my phone dies again whilst listening to ww1 metal music, and look I keep finding old dead comments I have replies left open to... oops?
Better late than never:

Pfahahahaha cos I question everything?
*accepts finger heart anyway*

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I won't know where to start or where to end so here is a compressed version: common interests with beanies led to lots of conversation, somehow it shifted to kpop & the convo place shifted to other platforms where beans could live chat. The community slowly grew & is now scattered in various forms & sizes (according to the topic of interest: music, drama, movie, food, sports, OPPAs πŸ˜‰) across multiple social media platforms. And all of this has led to many happy beanie meet ups too & so much more.

Basically (HUGE)thanks to DB for making this all happen
You & the beans are the best!!!! 😎
The Jewels in the Internet 🀧 (if I manage to write up, this'll be the title of my article)

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Where else would I find a community which will embrace a serial murdery mode of transportation?

I may never be able to reform my smashing ways because I need the paycheck to fuel and sustain me (cuz like you, a truck's gotta eat) but thank you Beanies for providing a place for my mental salvage.

Tag me if you need a ride. It is much safer than walking.

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I look forward to reading your submission for this month's theme. Only a truly forward-thinking community would rally behind and cheer on the career aspirations of a generic white truck with a propensity to mow down favorite characters.

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*shifts into the overdrive thinking gear and cranks all 6 of my nogging cylinders*

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Just don't read it on your phone while driving.

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More likely that I will be reading on my phone while walking across the road, and well, we all know how this ends.

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Depends on what drama you are in.
Die, amnesia, or fall in love with the hero that pulls you into a life saving hug.

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As I am likely a villain, or a supporting character of ambiguous morals, I will definitely not have a good end. I just hope the hit doesn't damage @sincerelytod too much.

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ToD, you are a great example of all that's amusing about Beanies and Dramabeans...

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I do so love to walk though... And ToD, if, in the drama of my life, I have to go, I wouldn’t have it anyone but you ~

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😭 This might be the most romantic words ever uttered to yours truly.....thank you, @hotcocoagirl.

If the day comes, I promise that I will be as gentle as I can, bestowed with as much grace as possible despite the sheer brutality of the act.

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I ship it.

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ToD is a CAR not a SHIP

Gosh Egads, you need to be more aware of your transportation nouns.

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@hotcocoagirl all I'm saying is that I can see that @sincerelytod will soon be knocking you off you your feet. Driving straight into your heart, if you will. Speeding away with your soul. Crushing you with affection. Leaving an imprint (of a license plate) on you.

Is that better?

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☺️☺️☺️
Let’s go for a Sunday stroll sometime, in the country, I can save the wildlife by dramatically picking them up, while you fulfill your nature of attempting to destroy.

I knew since I was young I’d die in a car accident... I looked forward to our collaboration.

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@sincerelytod,
I am catching up on A BEAUTIFUL WORLD and so I am watching episode 12 tonight and who makes an impactful cameo but yours truly. Like there is not enough grief in this show. Is there nothing you will not do? You couldn’t have taken a pass on ABW?

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I am sorry, @marcusnyc20, unfortunately there has been much competition lately in the Doom industry that I cannot afford to be selective in my roles dramas.

Moped of Doom, Cycle of Doom, Bus of Doom, Segway of Doom, Manhole of Doom........I can no longer keep track! πŸ˜₯

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I'm bad at writing so I have never tried to submit anything for Theme of The Month.

I just want to say Dramabeans is my Happy Place. I am the sort who likes a light-hearted approach when it comes to raving or ranting so this is where I feel most comfortable.

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Only in this little corner of the interweb that "light-hearted ranting" is a legit mode of communication! πŸ˜‚

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It’s also a legit mode of writing. So, I encourage you to write something!

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This is the best theme ever! I am so ready to read everyone's entries! I wouldn't even know where to start with this one cuz there is so much to say, so I'll stay away hehheh!

Good luck to the ones who write in! I am ready to smile, laugh and cry reading all the stories! *finger hearts*

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I think that I write a love letter to the Beanie community about once a disaster. That averages out to like every other month. So....I think its pretty well covered on my end how I feel about beanieland and db.

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Should i talk about the last empress community?? Hahaahah i still have screenshots...

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From the watch? Oh my.

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I'm ready to "LIKE" every post and comment.

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This might be a little bit sacrilege to the name of Dramabeans (sowwy), but the Dramafever community was my community for a good while. I was intensely involved in and devoted to the King of Savvy recaps that were done here (such a fun time), but I've mostly been a long-time, occasional, lurker on Dramabeans. I was pretty involved with Dramafever though, involved to the point of being a volunteer for them, first taking part in their video dramaclub that they uploaded to YouTube (and have no way of getting copies of those videos) and then later in written dramaclubs for the website. (Thank goodness there's a site that was basically just copy-pastaing every recap and article, etc. from Dramafever to their site, so we were able to go in and download copies for ourselves.)

Let me tell you, we were GUTTED at the demise of Dramafever. That place was bloody special to us. And then AT&T comes in and is like 'Do you love this thing? We'Re hERe To kIlL THe thINgS yOu LOOOOOVVVVVEEEEE!!!!!!!'

I've never submitted anything for Dramabeans before, but I kind of want to write about Dramafever and what it meant to a lot of people.

Because I'm still not over it.

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Oh, please do. A lot of us still aren’t over it.

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Just pulled up a new Word document and typed out a couple of title ideas, lol. Trying to think of a good opening line to get me started. There's so much to say.

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Start with that lol. "There so much to say..." πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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Do it! It wouldn't be sacrilige. This is about Dramas and community, not just dramabeans. I'm sure they specifically worded the Theme that way so that people would write about their other drama communities; to have a little variety throughout the month instead of just, you know, it being all about DB lol.

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Got a word doc pulled up right now, lol. Just trying to think of a good opener.

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Thanks @ohsoenthusiastic. Disgraceful! That is all I can say about the DramaFever fiasco. Please share your experiences with us.

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Oooooh, I have choice words for the execs. at AT&T. CHOICE words.

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I dont think its sacrilege! I was never a part of the df community but dang if I dont miss the ease of that website each and every time I go to watch a drama. I can only imagine how bereft y'all felt. We were all feeling some kind of way when db wasn't as prolific with the recaps and extras and things and we still had our fanwall and beanieland. I cant imagine what it would be like for the whole thing to just be....gone. Oh, hugs to you and all of the df community.

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It was definitely the easiest to navigate while it was still around. (Although Kocowa's site is pretty simple and straight-forward as well.) Viki just has such an awful, clunky layout. I honestly hate using it. And the non-legal sites aren't just ugly to look at, there's a real risk of getting some sort of virus on your computer, lol.

What was the worst part of Dramafever shutting down (apart from having to scramble about looking for saved copies of the dramaclubs we were in and copies of articles we'd written) is that even the employees (except I'm guessing the tech people, as I believe they were all kept on and integrated into Warner Bros.) had no idea it was going to happen. They just walked into work that Monday, sat down at their desks, and were told it was their last day. Such a shameful, disrespectful way to treat your employees. Especially those who had been there for awhile. It was just terrible all around.

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Oh do, the demise of DF hit hard.

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I’m just here to cheer at the SPECIAL LABOR INSPECTOR JO header 😊

And to say that I look forward to reading everyone’s posts. Hwaiting!

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same. That Header Special Labor Inspector Jo is awsome, haha

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So I've got a topic picked out to write about and submit, but somebody else needs to write about the MySoju days. I can't be the only person on here who was around back then during the wild wild west of Asian drama viewing here in the....west, lol. I wasn't involved in any communities then, but I know they must have existed, and I would love to read about what they were like.

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Mysoju was my first drama watching site. Those were the days. I mourned its demise.

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It was my first too. So long ago now that I don't even remember when exactly I discovered it.

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Or you can write two. It’s possible to get two published in the same month.

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I wasn't part of any communities back then, sadly, or I probably would. I was but a lone drama viewer out in the wilds of dramaland, lol.

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Orrrrrr I could write about the importance of community based on my experience of not really having one when I first got into dramas.

Now the gears in my head are turning, lol.

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Dramabeans ❀️ I still can remember how this blog gave me my very first favourite Korean drama ever - Dal Ja’s spring. It was the drama I saw that made me want to read more about. Javabeans publishing recaps of every episode as we waited for fansubbing sites to release softsubs. And The rest was history.

Though I’ve participated in many other drama social platforms, (I simply love to talk about dramas I love with everyone else), dramabeans is now my favourite online hang out place. Though I’ve visited this site for several years as a lurker, I’m fairly new to interacting with beanies and leaving comments/posting walls. But this space immediately felt home to me once I started being active. And it’s all thanks to all welcoming beanies and awesome recap minions! I do miss javabeans and girlfriday, but I love that you’re all still here keeping this blog alive and making it so homey for everyone especially to newbies like me. Love you all! πŸ€—

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My hobbies and interests are more isolating than bonding. No surprise there.

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Korean dramas included. I end up liking dramas that not many love. Examples? THE DEVIL, FLAMES OF AMBITION. I do not like romantic comedy dramas, but love revenge types, or depressing types of drama.

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Love the dramabean family ❀❀
Everyone is so welcoming and it never fails to make me smile!
Thank you to girlfriday and java beans for creating this site and all the lovely minions doing an amazing job recapping and working behind the scenes!!! πŸ€—β€

I've really enjoyed being a part of the community and seeing how much the website has grown! Excited to see what will happen in the future 😊

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