Just be aware that YA Entertainment isn't that cool a company.
Since they've licensed a number of dramas, they've priced them exorbitantly and have sent threatening cease and desist letters to sites like d-addicts.com (which is the only way for many in Chicago to see series that were broadcast on SBS or MBC).
Like the wrongheaded and unscrupulous RIAA in this country, YA is making the mistake of attacking their own fan base and it's morally wrong to do business with a company that sues its fans and overprices their product.
Post by seven stars on Sept 18, 2007 13:24:04 GMT -5
I think you should judge the company for yourself "My Space" .
You can currently sign yourself up to recieve free quarterly promo packets in the mail( from YAE). The packets include a free sampler DVD and posters, etc..
I would definately email them and ask them about their services. I have contacted them and I have found them to be very nice people.
The quailty of their ENglish Subs are excellent too.
So far I have seen their dramas "Save the Last Dance", "Spring Waltz", "Mr. Duke", and "A Prince's First Love".
I'm planning to watch "My Girl" soon.
Singer do you have any direct rebuttal to NKognito's earlier claims? I'm not trying to instigate anything, it's just that I haven't heard much about this situation and would like to hear more from the initiated.