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Pachinko TV Series (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer

Pachinko TV Series (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer
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Pachinko TV Series Storyline (Plot):

Pachinko is an American drama television series based on a novel of the same name by Manhattan-based author and journalist Min Jin Lee. The series is created by Soo Hugh and directed by Kogonada and Justin Chon. It stars Youn Yuh-jung, Lee Min-ho, Kim Min-ha and Jin Ha.

Based on the New York Times bestseller, this sweeping saga chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations as they leave their homeland in an indomitable quest to survive and thrive.

Quick Information:

TV SeriesPachinko
GenreDrama
CountryUnited States
LanguageKorean
Japanese
English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes8
Running time47–63 minutes
Original releaseMarch 25, 2022 –
present
Created bySoo Hugh
Directed byKogonada
Justin Chon
Based onPachinko
by Min Jin Lee
Executive producers
Soo Hugh
Michael Ellenberg
Lindsey Springer
Theresa Kang-Lowe
Richard Middleton
Kogonada
Justin Chon
Sebastian Lee
David Kim
Ethan Kuperberg
Producers
Brian Sherwin
Jordan Murcia
Lynne Bespflug
StarringSoji Arai
Jin Ha
Jun-woo Han
In-ji Jeong
Eun-chae Jung
Min-ha Kim
Lee Min-ho
Kaho Minami
Steve Sanghyun Noh
Anna Sawai
Jimmi Simpson
Yuh-jung Youn
CinematographyFlorian Hoffmeister
Ante Cheng
Edited bySimon Brasse
Joe Hobeck
Erica Freed Marker
Susan E. Kim
Jacob Craycroft
Sabine Hoffman
Music byNico Muhly
Production locationsMokpo
Busan
Seoul
Suncheon
Andong
Sunshine Studio (Nonsan)
Hapcheon County
New York
British Columbia
Ontario
Quebec
Production companiesBlue Marble Pictures
A Han.Bok Dream Production
Media Res
DistributorSliding Pins
Apple Inc.
Original networkApple TV+

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Pachinko TV Series Cast and Character:

  • Youn Yuh-jung as Kim Sunja (whose Japanese name is Bando Nobuko), the main protagonist of Pachinko. She’s a Korean woman from Yeongdo-gu, Busan, South Korea, who fights for a better life in Korea dominated by the Japanese.
    • Kim Min-ha as teenage Sunja
    • Yu-na as childhood Sunja
  • Soji Arai as Baek Mozasu (whose Japanese name is Bando Mozasu), a wealthy businessman who owns several pachinko parlors. He is Sunja’s second son (the first and only child fathered by Isak) and Noa’s half-brother.
    • Carter Jeong and Koren Lee as baby Mozasu
  • Jin Ha as Solomon Baek, the son of Baek Mozasu and grandson of Sunja. Educated at English-speaking schools and Yale University, he has always socialized with Americans and Westerners.
    • Yoon Kyung-ho as teenage Solomon
  • Han Jun-woo as Baek Yoseb, Isak’s second older brother who lives in Osaka, Japan. He is Kyunghee’s husband and Sunja’s brother-in-law.
  • Jeong In-ji as Yangjin, Sunja’s mother, runs a boardinghouse in Yeongdo.
  • Jung Eun-chae as Kyunghee (whose Japanese name is Bando Kimiko), Yoseb’s wife and Sunja’s sister-in-law. She quickly becomes a best-friend figure for Sunja after they first meet in Japan.
    • Felice Choi as older Kyunghee
  • Lee Min-ho as Koh Hansu, a Zainichi Korean man who lives in Osaka, Japan. Introduced as a merchant and fish broker who regularly visits Busan, South Korea. He is Noa’s father.
  • Kaho Minami as Etsuko, Hana’s mother, and Mozasu’s girlfriend.
  • Anna Sawai as Naomi, Solomon’s co-worker at the Tokyo branch, graduated from Harvard Business School.
  • Steve Sanghyun Noh as Baek Isak, a Protestant minister from Pyongyang, Korea. He marries Sunja despite his oscillating health condition to save her honour by giving her his surname. He is Yoseb’s younger brother, Noa’s step-father and Mozasu’s father.
  • Jimmi Simpson as Tom Andrews, Solomon’s superior at the Tokyo branch.
  • Louis Ozawa as Mamoru Yoshii, a client of Shiffley’s
  • Takahiro Inoue as Arimoto, Solomon’s co-worker at the Tokyo branch.
  • Park Hye-jin as Han Geum-ja
  • Yoshio Maki as Katsu Abe, a client of Shiffley’s
  • Martin Martinez as Angelo, Mozasu’s employee
  • Ryotaro Sugimoto as Tetsuya, Solomon’s classmate at International School.
    • Dakatade Shoumin as teenage Tetsuya
  • Mari Yamamoto as Hana, Etsuko’s daughter and Solomon’s ex-girlfriend.
    • Jung Ye-bin as teenage Hana
  • Yoriko Haraguchi as Hansu’s Japanese wife
  • Hiro Kanagawa as Mr. Goto, Mozasu’s friend
  • Jeong So-ri as Jiyun, a rich Korean girl
  • Yeon Ye-ji as Shin Bokhee, Donghee’s older sister, works at Kim’s boardinghouse.
    • Kim Young-ok as older Bokhee
  • Kim Bo-min as Shin Donghee, Bokhee’s younger sister, work at Kim’s boardinghouse.
  • Kim Dha-sol as Sung Chung, one of the Chung brothers who lived in Kim’s boardinghouse.
  • Ku Sung-hwan as Fatso Chung, one of the Chung brothers who lived in Kim’s boardinghouse.
  • Park Min-i as Gombo Chung, one of the Chung brothers who lived in Kim’s boardinghouse.

Pachinko Season 1 All Episodes:

SeasonEpisodesRelease-End Date
18March 25, 2022 –
present

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