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Be a Dramabeans recap minion: Now taking applications!
by | April 1, 2016 | 145 Comments
It’s time for another round of minion tryouts! We don’t do this often (we first took applications two years ago), but we’re opening up Dramabeans to try out new writers. We love our little family, but now we’re all overworked and we know there are still dramas that are slipping through the cracks, and here’s... More »
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Notice: Planned site updates later today
by | December 17, 2015 | 17 Comments
Those faces are pretty much the ones we’ve been making over the past week, with our site experiencing some unexpected downtime and crashing in the middle of the night while we’ve been trying to write/post/procrastinate on year-end reviews. You may have noticed. We’ve been working with our hosts to fix the errors, but sadly that... More »
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Warning: Rogue ban-hammer on the loose
by | October 21, 2015 | 30 Comments
It’s come to our attention that a few of you have been banned by our hosting service in the past few days. Which, eek! We are working with our host and developer to fix this problem, since we absolutely don’t want to be banning you guys for no reason! We have the sad, niggling suspicion... More »
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Minion tryouts: Recap for Dramabeans
by | January 30, 2014 | 127 Comments
Anybody wanna write for us? Despite our attempts to resist change—one might say to resist growth—Dramabeans is getting ever-larger (you may have noticed the growing pains. We promise we’re trying to work things out). That is to say, the readership and the voracious appetites are growing—but on the other hand, our manpower is not. Dramaland... More »


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Introducing our Dramabeans commenting policy
by | July 14, 2013 | 312 Comments
We’ve seen some questions floating around regarding commenting etiquette, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to put up an official Dramabeans Commenting Policy to clear things up. We generally have an awesome commenter base here, with lots more respectful and well-spoken readers than bad apples. So first off, thank you for making this a... 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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Update: Screencaps, recaps, and Joo-won
by | March 7, 2013 | 302 Comments
Illustration by pumpkinattack What a morning. So stuff happened. There was a lot of emotion. And we here at Dramabeans realized once again what an awesomely supportive and fiercely loyal readership we have. We love you. ♥ Really, it was surprising and touching to see how much people care about this site and what we... More »


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Announcement: Level 7 Civil Servant recaps now with less Joo-won
by | March 7, 2013 | 550 Comments
Okay, I have to get serious for a moment to address an issue that has just come to our attention. Dramabeans has had its very first DCMA takedown notice delivered, and sadly this is not a “Baby’s first milestone” sort of celebratory event. The notice came with scary legal lingo and accompanying threats to discontinue... More »


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Dramabeans gets an updated look
by | August 21, 2012 | 167 Comments
  Looking around, you may notice a bit of a change — nothin’ fancy, just a few tweaks here and there, a splash of color to freshen up these parts. Every spring cleaning needs a fresh coat of paint to liven up the joint, right? So maybe we’re a little slow and got to spring... More »
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Dramabeans wins graphic design competition
by | October 4, 2011 | 181 Comments
  Just wanted to share some awesome off-topic bloggy news: Dramabeans was entered in the Graphic Design USA American Graphic Design Awards Competition 2011, and our site was selected as a winner! Well technically, the lovely, awesome, talented designers at JPD Studio won the award. Because they did all the hard work. (Details, psh.) But... More »
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