Viu: Watch Goblin, Legend of Blue Sea and other K-Drama for free in this open streaming platform

You can easily get the legal link from Viu where the dramas and variety shows are streamed free.

Representational image. (Goblin)
Representational image. (Goblin) Twitter

The K-dramas are gradually gaining popularity not only in Korea but in different parts of the world as well. With that, the basic problem that the viewers face is where and how to watch it. Most importantly, where to watch it for free?

The a new streaming platform called 'Viu' is your answer. You can easily get the legal link from where the dramas and variety shows can be streamed and for up to 10,000 hours. It is available for the viewers in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Philippines, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Egypt and Jordan

According to, as cited by bitbag, all that one has to do to get the free streaming service is to sign up. One can do that with an email or with a Facebook account. After the telecast in Korea, the dramas will be available from eight to 24 hours later for viewing.

Or one can download them offline and can watch them then or later. The only disadvantage is it is only limited to only one episode per device.

According to the reports, on the very first month of its release in Hong Kong, there has been more than 500,000 downloads from the website. And, this is only in less than three months. Meanwhile, the website has catalogued 10,000 content hours in Singapore. Reportedly, almost half of it is from the latest Korean dramas from SBS, KBS, MBC, CJ E&M.

The service has become very popular because it's free and legal. However, the website started free of cost for sure but very soon Viu will be launching a premium service with special and additional features.

Not only Korea, dramas from China, Japan, and Taiwan will also be available for streaming. All you need to do is download Viu from the Apple and Google Play stores for iOS and Android devices.

This article was first published on January 19, 2017