Support Dramabeans: Premium supporter program
by DB Staff
The Dramabeans team has been working on different ways you can support the site and community, and we’re excited to announce the launch of our premium supporter program. We have tried very hard to keep the site going because Dramabeans is a special community for all of us. You’ve helped the site thrive over the past 13 years and we’re so grateful for every single one of you.
We want Dramabeans to be always be paywall-free and to accomplish that we launched the Beaniebox, but we could not get enough subscribers. We need your support now in order to be sustainable and paywall-free. For $2 a month, you can be a premium supporter and help keep Dramabeans growing while getting fantastic benefits.
Thank you for the love and time that you have given Dramabeans!
Your donation goes to support
Dramabeans writers and staff
Hosting and server fees
Dramabeans tech team
Your donation will help keep online
13 years of Dramabeans content
Recaps and reviews from more than 600 dramas
More than 17,000 posts
More than 1,600,000 comments
What are the benefits of being a premium supporter?
An ad-free Dramabeans experience
A virtual badge for your profile image
Two months of KOCOWA (only available in the U.S. / Canada / Brazil)
How can you support Dramabeans?
Become a premium supporter. The benefits include an ad-free Dramabeans, a cool virtual supporter badge, and two months of KOCOWA! We’ve teamed up with KOCOWA (check out their Instagram and Twitter) so that premium supporters will be able to stream dramas, variety, and K-pop content 24/7!
Subscribe to the BeanieBox, our monthly subscription snack box. It’s full of tasty Korean treats and other surprise goodies. We might argue over drama ratings and favorite actors, but we can all agree that K-dramas are fun AND the food PPL temptation is too real. We need a minimum of 5000 subscribers in order to support the current costs of the site.
Follow our official Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts and share our content directly from there. Our writers and editors put a lot of thought (and squee) and heart into our articles. Please don’t copy-paste them.