Hi all! New Roku owner here. I got it as a way for my elderly parents to easily watch Korean dramas without them, please don't laugh, continuing to rent VHS tapes! They don't get TV reception, and Korean cable channels are premium. And they can't use a computer so this seems to be the most intuitive way.
Roku apps are new to me and the varied availability of Korean dramas is a bit confusing to me. For example, There is Hulu Plus (paid subscription), which has a DramaFever and MBC channels all within their "international/Korean" section. Then there is Drama Fever (paid subscription) as a separate standalone app. There appears to be something called CrunchyRoll, which is a paid subscription, and KDrama, which is powered by CrunchyRoll.
Can someone please give a breakdown of the distinction between all of these? We want to go in a direction that is preferably free, but they're open to paying for a paid service but can't decide which to go with due to the wide selection. They watch current Korean dramas, nothing else.
Thanks to anyone who can help!