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Drama: Pachinko

Hangul: 파친코

Author: Lee Min Jin

Executive Producer & Screenwriter: Soo Hugh

Directors: Kogonada & Justin Chon 

Network: Apple TV+

Episodes: 8

Language: Korean, Japanese, English

Production Company: Media Res, Blue Marble Pictures

 

 

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"Pachinko” is an adaptation of the Min Jin Lee novel of the same name. The novel was selected as the "Book of the Year" by the New York Times in 2017 and was nominated for the 2019 National Book Award. In May 2019, former U.S. President Barack Obama recommended and publicly praised it as a “captivating book”.

"Pachinko” chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. The story begins with a forbidden love and moves into a saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America to tell the story of war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning. The story will be told in Korean, Japanese, and English.

 

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Lee Min-Ho - Hansu

Jin Ha - Solomon

Anna Sawai - Naomi

Minha Kim - teenage Sunja

Soji Arai - Mosazu

Kaho Minami - Etsuko

Yoon Yeo Jung - Sunja

Jung Eun-Chae - Kyung-hee

Noh Sang-hyun - Isak

 

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Hansu believed that she’d been foolish for refusing to be his wife in Korea. What did it matter that he had a marriage in Japan?  .. }  Hansu in pachinko most not understand someone refusing h

Lee Min Ho Among Six Cast in ‘Pachinko’ Series at Apple   Apple has officially announced the cast for its “Pachinko” series, with Korean superstar Lee Min Ho among those starring in the seri

I've no clue what this drama means or the concept of the story but I'm here for my man; LMH. He's the reason I started watching kdramas so when he starts a project, I'm always there rooting for him from far :) 

Not gonna lie, his previous project didn't live up to my expectations although I watched the entire drama for his sake. I could be in the minority but this man deserves better screenplay & a good story. Anyways I'm hoping for something better this time around *fingers crossed* 

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Is this based on the book? I'm super excited about this. I recently finished reading the novel! Brilliant! I haven't watched any of LMH's dramas since the epic 'Boys Over Flowers'. That was my first K-drama and since then there's no looking back.  I was just thinking if anyone could turn the novel into a movie and here it is! A wish fulfillment! Good luck to the team! Looking forward to some more news on the project.

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Is this based on the book? I'm super excited about this. I recently finished reading the novel! Brilliant! I haven't watched any of LMH's dramas since the epic 'Boys Over Flowers'. That was my first K-drama and since then there's no looking back.  I was just thinking if anyone could turn the novel into a movie and here it is! A wish fulfillment! Good luck to the team! Looking forward to some more news on the project.

Yes, it is based on the book. Apple TV bought the rights to addapt it to screen and some names, such as the script writer, has already been released. By now we know it's going to be 8 chapters, so it seems that the script will deviate a bit from the original story.

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Lee Min Ho joins hands with U.S. Apple TV Plus. with "Pachinko"
 

Actor Lee Min-ho will star in the drama "Pachinko," which will be produced on Apple TV Plus.


"Lee Min-ho will be the main character of the best-selling novel "Pachinko" by Korean-American writer Lee Min-jin among the works to be presented by Apple TV Plus," an entertainment industry source told Sports Chosun on Wednesday.

 

"Pachinko" is a novel that captures the miserable lives of Zainichi (Korean residents in Japan). It was nominated for the 2019 National Book Award and selected by many media outfits as the "Book of the Year." It is a novel written by Korean-American author Lee Min-jin, who lived in Tokyo for four years from 2007 and covered Korean residents in Japan, and is considered one of the best works of the times.

 

Lee will make his first joint venture with Apple TV through "Pachinko." He has already gained popularity abroad due to SBS' "The Heirs," and recently completed SBS' "The King: Eternal Monarch," which was released worldwide through Netflix. He is expected to create synergy in collaboration with "Pachinko." "Pachinko" is directed by Korean-American producer Su Hue and author Lee Min-jin as a producer.

 

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U.S.Apple TV+ Produces Japanese colonial era Background Drama in collaboration with Lee Min-ho
 

Actor Lee Min-ho is positively considering participating as the main character of the local drama "Pachinko," which is produced by Apple TV Plus in the U.S. The decision was made by Apple TV Plus, which has a global distribution network, including the U.S., at a time when the groups BTS (BTS) and Black Pink dominated the U.S. Billboard charts and dominated the global pop market.

 

"Pachinko," in which Lee Min-ho participates, is a moving novel of the same name written by Korean-American writer Lee Min-jin. "Pachinko," which was also selected as the "Book of the Year" by the New York Times in 2017, drew attention in May last year when former U.S. President Barack Obama introduced it as an "captivating book" on his SNS account.

 

Lee will play the role of a Korean who has survived the past years, in a drama about the hard lives and identity of Korean immigrants who have moved to Japan and the United States since Japanese colonial era. The drama, which will be produced in eight episodes, is known to cast a large number of Asian actors, and is expected to draw attention from global fans with the addition of leading hallyu star Lee Min-ho.

 

Lee Min-ho is a global star with 17.3 million, 16.6 million and 3 million followers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts, respectively. Thanks to this popularity, his previous film "The King: Eternal Monarch" was introduced through Netflix and topped the weekly TV rankings in Korea, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

 

The global entertainment market is paying attention to Korean stories as well as Hallyu stars. The Netflix drama "Kingdom," which drove the K-Zombie craze, was set in Joseon and it drew attention. The popularity of tvN's drama "Crash Landing on You," which depicts the situation of the only divided country in the world, also weighed on the analysis that it appealed to the global market in that it is a "Korean story."


While Korean companies, which are centered on the export industry, are struggling in the era of the global pandemic, Korean Wave content continues to grow. Officials say that while "Sell Korea" has accelerated to the point where foreigners have sold 2.5 trillion won worth of Korean stocks just in the past two months, Korean dramas and leading entertainment are attracting investment. Choi Jin-bong, a professor of journalism at Sungkonghoe University, said, "The world's expectations for Hallyu stars and Korean content have become a trend beyond mere interest, with Korean-language K-pop topping the Billboard charts."

 

http://www.munhwa.com/news/view.html?no=2020101901031412069001

 

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Minho, it's your first U.S. debut with the drama 'Pachinko'...Apple TV+?

 
Actor Lee Min-ho is making headlines for appearing in the drama "Pachinko," which will be produced on Apple TV+ in the U.S.

According to a report by Sports Chosun on the 19th, Lee Min-ho is said to participate in "Pachinko," which is based on a novel of the same title written by Korean-American writer Lee Min-jin.


"Pachinko" is a novel that captures the miserable lives of ethnic Koreans in Japan (Zainichi), who were both Koreans but were eventually strangers, and was nominated for the 2019 National Book Award.
 
In 2017, it was named the New York Times' book of the year, drawing much attention.

 

According to what has been released so far, "Pachinko" will be produced in a total of eight episodes and will feature as many Asian actors as it deals with the stories of Asian immigrants.

 

Upon hearing the news, netizens responded by saying, "I can't believe Lee Min-ho is doing this," "I'm looking forward to the novel being so much fun," "Will he officially enter Apple TV in Korea," and "Will he act in English?"

 

Born in 1987, 33-year-old Lee Min-ho made his debut in 2006 with the drama "Secret Campus" and became extremely popular as Gu Jun-pyo in the drama "Boys Over Flowers."

 

Since then, he has established himself as a Hallyu star by appearing in "City Hunter," "The Heirs," "Legend of the Blue Sea," and "The King: Eternal Monarch."

 

Meanwhile, "Apple TV+," which was launched in more than 100 countries around the world in November 2019, has not yet started its Korean service, but expectations are rising for the launch of its domestic service with the addition of Korean subtitles since last August.

 

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Lee Min Ho enters into American dramas! Acting as the male protagonist of the TV series "Pachinko" adapted from a best-selling novel by a Korean American writer

 

 

Hallyu star Lee Min Ho will release another new work soon! This time, he will collaborate with APPLE TV+ in the United States to launch the TV series "Pachinko" based on the Japanese occupation era. This work is also adapted from the novel of the same name by the Korean-American writer Lee Min-jeong, describing the blood and tears of Koreans in a foreign land.

 

Actor Lee Min Ho may play the protagonist of the local TV series "Pachinko" produced by the American APPLE TV+. With Kpop’s idol BTS and Blackpink’s outstanding performance in the US billboards, Hallyu continues to have a strong influence globally. APPLE TV+, which has a large distribution network around the world, will also promote Hallyu in the global entertainment market, inviting Hallyu representative star Lee Min Ho to collaborate with.

 

Lee Min Ho will be participating in the performance of the American drama "Pachinko", which is an adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Korean American writer Lee Min-jeong. The novel was selected as the "Book of the Year" in 2017. Former US President Barrack Obama recommended this book on SNS as a "captivating book", so the degree of discussion has risen.

 

Lee Min Ho may perform the hard life of Korean immigrants who immigrated to Japan or the United States after the Japanese occupation period, and the Koreans who stood up again during such hard years. The production of the TV series will be 8 episodes, and most of the actors will also invite Asian actors to perform. With the lead role of Lee Min Ho, this TV series will become a sensation before the performance, which has caused Lee Min Ho fans around the world to look forward to it.

 

The global entertainment market has been particularly interested in Korean stories and Hallyu stars in recent years, including the K-zombie craze "Kingdom", and the TVN pink drama "Crash Landing on You" with a background in South and North Korea. Lee Min Ho has strong subscribers on FB, IG, Twitter, etc., with fans all over the world. His last work "The King: Eternal Monarch" was also broadcasted worldwide through Netflix, ranking among the top Korean dramas on the platform. This time he will perform the role with a difficult background, should escape from the image of nobleness in the past, but also makes people look forward to Lee Min Ho's acting transformation.

 

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Lee Min Ho cast in leading role for AppleTV+'s 'Pachinko'

 

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Lee Min Ho has been cast in the leading role in the drama 'Pachinko'.

The movie is based on Lee Min Jin's book of the same title, and tells the story of Koreans living in Japan and facing the stereotypes and racism in the country. 'Pachinko', which will air on AppleTV+, will be an 8-episode series. As AppleTV+ is currently not available in Korea, many are wondering if this is a signal that it will soon come to Korea.

How do you think he'll do in 'Pachinko'?

 

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2020/10/lee-min-ho-cast-in-leading-role-for-appletv-s-pachinko

 

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Details of Lee Min Ho's Comeback on Acting; Starring in the Pachinko Drama

 

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If Lee Min Ho accepts this offer, it will be the first time for the actor to work with Apple TV. In addition, the Pachinko drama, which focuses on real Korean people, will provide a perfectly suitable role for Lee Min Ho. An extraordinary synergy seems to be created between Lee Min Ho and Pachinko drama screenwriter, Soo Hugh, who is of Korean-American descent.

 

The news of the drama or television series adaptation of the Pachinko novel has been widely heard since 2019. The screenwriter, Soo Hugh, has several times revealed her plan to immediately visualize Min Jin Lee's work. 

But for one reason or another, the continuation regarding the drama production Pachinko suddenly disappeared from the spotlight. However, Pachinko novel lovers can now anticipate that the drama version of Min Jin Lee's work will soon be realized by hooking Lee Min Ho as the main character.

 

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At the time of writing of this article, MYM Entertainment, the agency that oversees Lee Min Ho, has not released an official statement regarding the participation of the actor born in 1987 to star in the drama Pachinko. Meanwhile, Lee Min Ho is still enjoying a period of rest after playing Lee Gon in the drama The King: Eternal Monarch (2020).

 

https://www.intipseleb.com/korea/10675-detail-comeback-akting-lee-min-ho-bintangi-drama-pachinko?page=4

 

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Apple TV drama 'Pachinko' and a pledge just by taking an audition...

 

I even write a pledge for an audition.

 
"Pachinko," a drama produced by Apple TV Plus in the U.S. starring actor Lee Min-ho, hold auditions with ironclad security.

 
"Pachinko" turns a novel of the same name written by Korean-American writer Lee Min-jin into a drama. It was selected as the "Book of the Year" by the New York Times in 2017 and was nominated for the 2019 National Book Award. Former U.S. President Barack Obama introduced the book on his SNS in May last year, drawing attention from readers around the world, including the U.S.

 
The audition process for "Pachinko" is interesting because it is different from the domestic drama system. Actors upload their videos in places designated by the production company. The video is about showcasing acting or introducing oneself. Also, the script is not revealed easily. 


A pledge is written to audition. The pledge calls for keeping secrets, including participation in the auditions. There are not many cases in Korea where people write their vows to participate in auditions for dramas or movies. Only the BTS Universe drama series "Youth," which recently announced its casting, is known to have a pledge not to reveal itself after the casting is confirmed. Given that, it is very unusual for "Pachinko" to require for a pledge to be written just by participating in an audition.  
 
"Pachinko" is a globally anticipated movie. It depicts the hard life and identity of Korean immigrants who later moved to Japan and the U.S. after the Japanese colonial era. The background of the era is the mid-1900s, and casting is also being conducted accordingly. The female protagonist is preferred to be a person without double eyelids. Lee Min-ho plays the male lead in the drama. It will be produced in eight episodes and will feature a number of actors from Asian countries, including Korea.

 

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Lee Min Ho Among Six Cast in ‘Pachinko’ Series at Apple

 

Apple has officially announced the cast for its “Pachinko” series, with Korean superstar Lee Min Ho among those starring in the series.

Set to begin production on Oct. 26, “Pachinko” is an adaptation of the Min Jin Lee novel of the same name. It chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. The story begins with a forbidden love and moves into a saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America to tell the story of war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning. The story will be told in Korean, Japanese, and English.

Lee will play Hansu, described as an enigmatic outsider and merchant with ties to organized crime who embarks on an illicit romance with far-reaching consequences. Lee’s other notable roles include “Boys Over Flowers,” “The Heirs,” “Gangnam Blues,” “Bounty Hunters,” and “The King: Eternal Monarch.” He is repped by Artist International Group, MYM and attorney John Maatta.

 

https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/lee-min-ho-pachinko-series-apple-1234813721/

 

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Apple's 'Pachinko' Sets Cast, Directors for International Production

 

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Apple’s 'Pachinko' cast: Lee Min-ho, Jin Ha, Anna Sawai, Minha Kim, Soji Arai and Kaho Minami.

Lee Min-ho and Jin Ha lead the ensemble for the drama, based on a best-selling novel.

 

Apple has set the cast and directors for its multilingual international drama Pachinko, based on the novel by Min Jin Lee.

 

The big-budget series is set to begin production next week and will film across multiple continents. The eight episodes, told in Korean, Japanese and English, chronicle the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family.

 

The cast for Pachinko includes Lee Min-ho (Boys Over Flowers, The Heirs), Jin Ha (Devs, Love Life), Anna Sawai (Fast & Furious 9, Giri/Haji), Minha Kim (Call, After Spring), Soji Arai (Cobra Kai, Legacies) and Kaho Minami (Angel Dust, Household X). Kogonada (Columbus) will direct four episodes, including the pilot, and serve as an executive producer of the series. Justin Chon (Ms. Purple) will also direct four episodes, exec producing the ones he helms.

 

Soo Hugh (The Terror, Apple's See) is adapting the novel, which was a National Book Award finalist in 2017, and will serve as showrunner. The story begins with a forbidden love and moves into a sweeping saga that journeys from Korea to Japan and America to tell the unforgettable story of war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning.

 

Media Res (Apple's Morning Show and Brie Larson CIA drama) is producing Pachinko. Hugh will executive produce with Kogonada; Michael Ellenberg and Lindsey Springer for Media Res; and Theresa Kang-Lowe for Blue Marble Pictures. Media Res’ Dani Gorin will co-exec produce along with Richard Middleton, David Kim and Sebastian Lee.

Character descriptions are below.

 

Lee Min-ho plays Hansu, an enigmatic outsider and merchant with organized crime ties who begins an illicit romance with far-reaching consequences.

 

Jin Ha plays Solomon, an ambitious, charming young man who will be forced to reckon with his family's past. He's repped by ICM Partners and Suskin Management.

 

Anna Sawai plays Naomi, a savvy career woman in the male-dominated field of high finance. She's repped by WME, Zero Gravity Management, United Agents and Felker Toczek.

 

Minha Kim plays teenage Sunja, a heroic young woman who forges her own path in a country that's not her own. She is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and attorney Ashley Silver.

 

Soji Arai plays Mosazu, a dedicated father and successful businessman who is concerned about his son's future. He is repped by SMS Talent and Energy Talent.

 

Kaho Minami plays Etsuko, a vibrant, independent woman longing to be reunited with her estranged daughter. She's repped by Sheer Talent Management LLC.

 

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/apples-pachinko-sets-cast-directors-for-international-production?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social

 

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Pachinko: Apple TV+'s Trilingual Adaptation From The Terror's Soo Hugh to Star Min Ho Lee and Jin Ha

 

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Apple TV+ this month will commence production on Pachinko, an adaptation of the acclaimed novel by Min Jin Lee, to be told in Korean, Japanese and English and film across multiple continents.

Soo Hugh (The Terror) penned the adaptation and will serve as showrunner and an executive producer. 

 

Chronicling “the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family” and described as “epic in scope, intimate in tone,” Pachinko begins with a forbidden love and “crescendos into a sweeping saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America” as it tells an unforgettable story of “war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning.”

 

Min Ho Lee (Gangnam Blues) stars as Hansu, an enigmatic outsider and merchant with ties to organized crime who embarks on an illicit romance with far-reaching consequences, while Jin Ha (Devs, Jesus Christ Superstar: Live) plays Solomon, an ambitious, charming young man who will be forced to reckon with his family’s past.

 

On the other side of the aforementioned illicit romance is Sunja (played by Minha Kim), a heroic young woman on the cusp who forges her own path in a hardened country that is not her own.

Additionally, Anna Sawai (Giri/Haji) will play Naomi, a savvy career woman in the male-dominated world of high finance; Soji Arai (to be seen in Cobra Kai Season 3) is Mosazu, a successful businessman concerned for his son’s future; and Kaho Minami (Hotaru) will play Etsuko, a vibrant, independent woman who longs to be reunited with her estranged daughter.

Kogonada (Columbus) will direct four episodes including the pilot, and Justin Chon (Gook) will direct four episodes.

 

https://tvline.com/2020/10/22/pachinko-apple-tv-trilingual-adaptation-cast/amp/

 

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‘Pachinko’: Apple Drama Series Sets Cast, Gets Production Start Date

 

Apple has set the cast for Pachinko, its epic international drama series based on Min Jin Lee’s bestselling novel, from studio Media Res. Production is set to begin October 26 on multiple continents on the anticipated series.

Written and executive produced by Soo Hugh (The Terror), who also serves as showrunner and created the vision for the series, Pachinko chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. Epic in scope, intimate in tone, the story begins with a forbidden love and crescendos into a sweeping saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America to tell the unforgettable story of war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning. The series will be told in three languages: Korean, Japanese and English.

 

Media Res acquired the rights to the novel for Hugh.

Min Ho Lee (Boys Over Flowers, The Heirs) will play Hansu, an enigmatic outsider and merchant with ties to organized crime who embarks on an illicit romance with far-reaching consequences.

Jin Ha (Devs, Love Life) is Solomon, an ambitious, charming young man who will be forced to reckon with his family’s past.

Anna Sawai (Fast & Furious 9, Ninja Assassin) portrays Naomi, a savvy career woman in the male-dominated world of high finance.

Minha Kim (Call, After Spring) is set as Teenage Sunja, a heroic young woman on the cusp who forges her own path in a hardened country that is not her own.

Soji Arai (Cobra Kai, Legacies) is Mosazu, a dedicated father and successful businessman, concerned for his son’s future.

Kaho Minami (Angel Dust, Household X) plays Etsuko, a vibrant, independent woman who longs to be reunited with her estranged daughter.

Kogonada and Justin Chon are on board to direct, with Kogonada directing the pilot block. Kogonada will direct four episodes, including the pilot, and is an executive producer Chon will direct four episodes and is an executive producer on his episodes.

Michael Ellenberg and Lindsey Springer will executive produce through Media Res. Theresa Kang-Lowe will also executive produce through Blue Marble Pictures, and Media Res’ Dani Gorin will co-executive produce along with Richard Middleton, David Kim and Sebastian Lee.

Hugh most recently executive produced and served as co-showrunner for The Terror. Her previous credits include the series The Killing and The Whispers. She is repped by Management 360 and McKuin, Frankel, Whitehead.

 

Min Ho Lee is repped by Artist International Group, MYM and attorney John Maatta. Jin Ha is repped by ICM Partners and Suskin Management. Sawai is repped by WME, Zero Gravity Management, United Agents, and Felker Toczek Suddleson Abramson. Minha is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and attorney Ashley Silver at Brecheen, Feldman, Breimer, Silver & Thompson. Arai is repped by SMS Talent and Energy Talent. Minami is repped by Sheer Talent Management LLC. Min Jin Lee is repped by WME.

 

https://deadline.com/2020/10/pachinko-apple-drama-series-sets-cast-production-start-date-1234602192/

 

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Set to begin production on Oct. 26, “Pachinko


the power of Chinese Minoz is So real!! :approves: They will indeed start filming on Monday!!
 

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