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PACHINKO – A family drama, season-1, episode-1 Release date [Revealed Untold Truth]

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Pachinko is one of the most awaited television series. Most of the fans are waiting for this new series. All the fans awaiting news is there is a big announcement about this series. The series chapters one and two are going to release on 25th March 2022. It is streaming on apple tv.

 

Pachinko is an American drama television series directed by Soo Hugh based on the novel of the same name by Manhattan-based author and journalist Min Jin Lee. Season one consists of eight chapters which will be released one after the other and the first and second episodes are streaming from25th March on Apple TV.

About PACHINKO

PACHINKO is one of the Korean families through the generations. The story begins in the early 1900s Korea with Sunja, the prized daughter of a poor yet proud family, whose unplanned pregnancy threatens to shame them all. Deserted by her lover, she is saved by a young tubercular minister who offers to marry and bring her to Japan.
So, she begins a sweeping saga of an exceptional family in exile from its homeland and caught in the indifferent arc of history. Through desperate struggles and hard and won triumphs, its members are bound together by deep roots as they face enduring questions of faith, and family.

About the novel PACHINKO

These series are based on the novel “Pachinkoan epic historical fiction novel about a Korean family that immigrates to Japan. It was published in 2017. It is one of the famous novels which was written by Min Jin Lee. The character-driven story features an ensemble of characters who encounter discrimination, stereotyping, and other aspects of the 20th-century Korean experience in Japan.

Pachinko Season-1, Episode-1

All the three-time periods are linked by the main protagonist, Sunja, whose life is chronicled in this series and she will appear as a child, teen, and elder. The older Sunja is portrayed by Oscar-winning Minary actress, Young Yuh-Jung. Sunja grew up in the 1910s, as Japan colonized Korea, the first episode exploring this hostile invasion. Sunja is one of the observant youth, one who wishes to help her family to prosper. She learns how to fish and befriends a local fisherman. The brutality of the Japanese police and the extreme poverty shows illustrates a struggle of a nation. All these memories haunt Sunja into old age.

In Sunja’s present, 1989, she is now a wise and old grandmother. The show seamlessly alternates between the two main timelines in “Chapter One”. The two timelines are one is about her childhood and the other is about her old age. The eighties focus on grandson Solomon Baek, an American-educated banker. This businessman is sent to Tokyo to close a deal with a stubborn Korean landowner. The journey allows Solomon a chance to reunite with his family. His father is Baek Mozasu owned a Pachinko Parlour (Japanese arcades), where the book’s name originates from. Solomon is different from his father’s expanding empire. The older Sunja recognizes that Solomon is ashamed of her father, she points out to her father and tells Solomon he would be safer back in America. There is something more threatening at play here, simmering below the surface. Episode one only hints at these grievances but corroboration a history of family conflict, which I am sure we shall uncover in due time.

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Casting

Academy Award winner- Yuh Jung Youn , Lee Minho, Jin Ha, Minha Kim, Anna Sawai, Soji Arai, and Kaho Minami .

The central theme of the series

This series mostly talks about different themes and tells about different things. This series tells that “Every choice changes us”, “Every sacrifice defines us”, and “Every generation connects us”.

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“You and I, we have no family. No name, no dowry. Our only option is to take a man just as penniless. And then what? We can’t afford to live together. And if we had children we’d just be bringing them into the same miserable poverty. So what’s the point? Why bother dealing with marriage when we aren’t even entitled to any of its benefits? That’s how it is for us. That’s how it will always be for us.” -Bohkee

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