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Dramabeans Podcast #21
by | April 3, 2014 | 69 Comments
We’re back with another podcast! With so many dramas to talk about, this one’s on the lengthy side, so I’ve tried to delineate the subject breaks clearly so you can skip the stuff about dramas you haven’t seen.   Podcast #21 Running time: 1:29:53 In which we: Start off by revisiting You From Another Star;... More »


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Dramabeans Podcast #20: Miss Korea edition
by | February 27, 2014 | 96 Comments
Ahoy, Miss Korea fans! The drama just ended its 20-episode run last night, and while we were unable to cover the show, we wanted to weigh in on the show and give you all a space to talk about its ending. Podcast, go!   Podcast #20 Running time: 39:55 In which we: Talk about Miss... More »


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Dramabeans Podcast #19
by | January 12, 2014 | 86 Comments
Happy new year, folks! Here’s the first podcast of 2014.   Podcast #19 Running time: 60:43 In which we: Talk about the end of the year reviews and awards; mention possible future meetups or events in the new year (8:55); move on to dramas that have ended their runs with Mi-rae’s Choice, Yoon Eun-hye’s drama... More »


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Dramabeans Podcast #18
by | October 13, 2013 | 75 Comments
New podcast!   Podcast #18 Running time: 63:25 In which we: talk about our just-released ebook and Seattle meetup; revisit I Hear Your Voice with a tangent on Lee Bo-young’s impending marriage and what happens when actresses get married, the strengths and weaknesses of the drama, and how it fares as a legal show and... More »


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Mystery Drama Theater 3000: Feelings (Neukkim)
by | August 24, 2013 | 71 Comments
It’s the return of the Mystery Drama Theater 3000! In case this is your first time encountering this particular series on Dramabeans, MDT3K is our Mystery Science Theater 3000-inspired version of drama commentary, where we watch the first episode of a drama together and, well, comment on it. The first time we tried a show... More »


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Dramabeans Podcast #17, Part 2
by | August 4, 2013 | 60 Comments
More questions! Oh my god, so many questions. We tried our best to get through as many as we could, but I’ll be honest, once liquor was introduced to the game it may have been a futile gesture. So maybe we didn’t try our best, then… If you missed Part 1 to this question-and-answer podcast,... More »
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Dramabeans Podcast #17, Part 1
by | July 28, 2013 | 135 Comments
You guys sure asked a ton of questions when we opened up our podcast request line, and we did our darnedest to get through as many as we could. (If by darnedest we mean got drunk and rambled, which, obviously, we do.) It’s a two-parter this time around, so stay tuned for the wrap-up in... More »
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Podcast request line: Ask Dramabeans
by | July 7, 2013 | 234 Comments
  While recording our last podcast, it occurred to us that we have yet to really veer from talking about specific dramas in our podcasts. We do want to take some time to chat about things that are drama- and Dramabeans-related, but not necessarily strictly confined to a certain show’s plot or execution or world.... More »
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Dramabeans Podcast #16
by | June 16, 2013 | 87 Comments
It’s a jam-packed podcast this time around, as we whiz through a full slate of dramas past and present. Let’s dive right in.   Podcast #16 Running time: 69:19 In which we: Discuss Gu Family Book and Suzy as a leading lady, with comparisons to Jeon Woo-chi; talk about You’re the Best, Lee Soon-shin’s narrative... More »


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Mystery Drama Theater 3000: Boys Before Flowers
by | April 12, 2013 | 182 Comments
In case you missed our first attempt at Mystery Drama Theater 3000, we’re bringing the concept back, only this time we’ve picked a less obscure show. For our first outing we picked a show that was less-watched because we thought it would be nice to weigh in on something we hadn’t previously talked about. However,... More »


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Dramabeans Podcast #15
by | March 2, 2013 | 66 Comments
  Podcast #15 Running time: 57:28 In which we: Start off with King of Dramas, the king of meta; move on to the pain and misery of I Miss You (10:15); compare notes on how our expectations for School 2013 shook out versus the final product, with much love for its bromance and a little... More »