How to watch ‘Pachinko’ online on Apple TV+ for free – The Hollywood Reporter

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Author Min Jee Lee New York Times bestselling novel makes its small screen debut. Premiere March 25 Pachinko tells the story of a Korean immigrant family spanning four generations as they experience war, occupation and colonialism.

Set from 1910 to 1989 in Korea, Japan and the United States, the eight-part Apple series stars Oscar-winning actress Yuh-Jung Youn as Suja (played as a young girl by Yu-na Jeon and as a Teenage Girl and Young Woman by Minha Kim), who grows up in poverty in a fishing village outside of Busan. After meeting a Japanese fish broker (Lee Minho), Suja leaves her homeland for a new life in Osaka.

Broadway actor Jin Ha plays Sunja’s grandson, Solomon, a finance executive in New York who returns to Japan in hopes of brokering a land deal between a hotel and a stubborn Korean landowner. He reconnects with his grandmother and father (Soji Arai), who get rich playing pachinko, a Japanese pinball-like arcade game.

Below, keep reading to find out where to watch Pachinko in line.

How to watch Pachinko In line

Pachinko is available to stream online exclusively on Apple TV+, and the first three episodes will be available immediately starting Friday, March 25. New episodes will be released weekly, and the series finale will be on April 29.

A subscription is required to read Pachinko on Apple TV+, which costs $5 per month. Subscribers can watch original content from Apple, including the Oscar-nominated film CODAShows such as Emmy-winning Ted Lasso (who also won two SAG Awards for Best Actor and Ensemble in a Comedy Series) and The morning show; and Breakupthe new thriller series directed by Ben Stiller and starring Adam Scott.

New subscribers to the streaming service can sign up for a seven-day free trial.

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