Looking for K-drama merchandise? Visit these 8 online shops

If you’re a Korean drama fan, chances are that you have wanted to own K-drama merchandise at least once in your life. Having these items is one way to satisfy the demands of our fanboy/fangirl souls, so it’s only natural that sometimes we desire to own such stuff. Unfortunately, there might be no official physical store close to you that sells them. But don’t worry! We have compiled a list of online shops where you can buy K-drama merch with just one click. Now go spend that hard-earned money!

Disclaimer: The following online shops may not have acquired the necessary licenses from the broadcasters or production companies to produce K-drama merchandise featuring certain series. Kdramapal is not in any way affiliated with these shops and denies any responsibility concerning the sale of the said products.

1. K-Drama Gear

K-Drama Gear was founded in 2018 by K-drama enthusiasts just like you and me. As per the website, their goal is not just to sell merch but also create a loving community of fans who are not afraid to express their love!

What They Sell: Mostly t-shirts, but also mugs, jewelry, and tote bags.

Where They Ship: Worldwide

Payment Methods: Paypal and Stripe/Shopify Payments

Returns Policy: Their products are usually made to order, or according to size, and hence returns are not possible. In case of a damaged or defective item, however, they offer prompt replacements and returns within 30 days from the date of purchase.

You Might Like: This colorful Fighting Pendant With Chain or this Hotel Del Noona shirt.

2. YesAsia

YesAsia is well-known to those who regularly buy K-pop albums, but not many people know that you can also purchase official K-drama merch and collectibles from here.

What They Sell: Mostly English-subtitled DVDs, OST albums, and photobooks of Korean dramas. Some mugs, calendars, plushie, character memorabilia, jewelry, and accessories are also available.

Where They Ship: Worldwide, with free international shipping options for orders over $39.

Payment Methods: Credit cards and Paypal

Return Policy: Only certain unused and unopened items in original packing are eligible for return and refund. Most defective products can be easily exchanged. Refunds are usually processed in the form of credits, which is disappointing. The shipping fee is not refunded.

You Might Like: This 100 Days My Prince To-Shim Rabbit or this famous plushy called Goblin Boglegel Doll.

3. Redbubble

Redbubble is a site that connects independent designers to an audience willing to buy their work while taking care of the production and shipping aspects. Not only do you get a great product, but you also get to support your favorite designers!

What They Sell: Innovative stuff like drama-themed phone covers, meme stickers, shower curtains, cushion covers, tapestries, and tote bags. Conventional stuff like mugs and t-shirts are also available.

Where They Ship: Worldwide

Payment Methods: Paypal, major credit cards, debit cards, Amazon Payments (for US-based customers), Apple Pay, and Sofort

Returns Policy: Redbubble offers prompt returns and exchanges, up to 90 days from the date of purchase of the product.

You Might Like: This Reply 1988 iPhone case & cover or this Goblin and Grim Reaper tote bag.

4. Cafe Press

Cafe Press is similar to Redbubble in that it is a platform for independent designers to showcase their products to an audience, with the company handling the printing. They have a K-drama gifts section on their website, but the range is, unfortunately, very limited.

What They Sell: Mugs, pajamas, stickers, water bottles, t-shirts, greeting cards, and tote bags.

Where They Ship: Worldwide.

Payment Methods: Paypal, credit cards, and debit cards

Returns Policy: They offer a 30-day return and exchange window.

You Might Like: This cute My Heart Belongs To A Kdrama water bottle or this Ku Hye-sun mug.

5. Zazzle

Zazzle allows designers to sell products with their personal designs and any user to create a design they like. They’re no different from websites that offer customized designs on a product of your choice—except they already have a thriving K-drama section.

What They Sell: A whole range of products from clothing and footwear to mugs, t-shirts, home decor, keyrings, aprons, posters, and tech accessories.

Where They Ship: Worldwide

Payment Methods: Paypal and major credit cards

Returns Policy: They allow filing for an exchange or refund within 30 days of purchasing the product.

You Might Like: This stylish Eat Sleep Kdrama Repeat T-shirt or this stunning Goblin pocket watch.

6. Etsy

Etsy connects people creating hand-crafted, home-made arts with those who want to buy them. The best part about shopping on Etsy is that since everything comes from different sellers in different countries, there’s a wide range of K-drama merch.

What They Sell: Sticker packs, hoodies, sweatshirts, jewelry

Where They Ship: Depends on the seller you are buying from but most usually ship internationally.

Payment Methods: Credit and debit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Paypal, Klarna (for German users), iDEAL and Sofort bank transfers, cheque or money orders (for certain sellers)

Returns Policy: Etsy treats each seller as a separate shop with its own return policies, so a site-wide return policy does not exist.

You Might Like: This intricate enamel pin of IU from Hotel Del Luna, or this bestselling Kdrama & Chill sweatshirt.

7. Aegyo Korean Merchandise

How often have you wanted to accessorize like your favorite K-drama actress but didn’t know where to begin? Aegyo is an amazing K-drama merch store based in the Philippines that sells the amazing jewelry items seen on actresses like IU, Park Min-young, and Gong Hyo-jin.

What They Sell: Mostly jewelry and fashion accessories of famous K-drama characters, but also drama OSTs, apparel, stuffed toys, and photobooks of dramas.

Where They Ship: Philippines

Payment Methods: Bank deposits, over-the-counter non-bank payments, and Paypal

Returns Policy: Since they don’t manufacture their products, they don’t entertain refunds or exchanges. But refunds will be paid if the item is confirmed to be sold out or phased out.

You Might Like: IU’s necklaces from Hotel Del Luna or Lee Sung-kyung’s Kim Bok Joo Garfield Sweater from Weghtlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo.

8. Teepublic

Teepublic, as the name suggests, is exclusively for fandom-based t-shirts. They have a solid catalog of Korean drama-themed t-shirts with a wide variety of designs and sizes. Some of these are aimed at fans of specific dramas, but the choices are very limited.

What They Sell: T-shirts

Where They Ship: Worldwide

Payment Methods: Credit cards, Apple Pay, and Paypal

Returns Policy: Since the products are custom-made to order, they don’t offer returns unless there’s a printing or quality defect in the product you’ve received. However, exchanges can be made smoothly.

You Might Like: This black t-shirt featuring Ji Chang-wook’s character in Healer or this Strong Woman Do Bong-soon t-shirt.

Have you ordered K-drama merch from any of the sites on this list? How was your experience? Please let us know in the comments. If you run an online merch store in your country or know of a local one we happened to miss, drop the details below!

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Indoor Enthusiast (Esha) is a staff writer at Kdramapal. She is responsible for bringing all the latest happenings in Kdramaland to the readers of the site. You are likely to find her going on rants about how Ji Hae-soo from It's Okay That's Love and Sung Bora from Reply 1988 are the best heroines to grace our screens. Thrillers like Secret Forest, shows about female friendships, a la Age of Youth, and rom-coms with sprinklings of feminism, like Because This Life Is My First, hold a special place in her heart. She lives in India and spends all her free time reading books. Indoor Enthusiast can be reached at [email protected]