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Min Jin Lee’s novel Pachinko tells the story of four generations of a Korean family as they immigrate to Japan. And then become deeply immersed in Japanese culture and society. The novel begins in 1903, when Sunja’s father travels from Korea to the small fishing village of Hakdong, Japan to seek his fortune. In this small village, Koreans are looked down upon by their Japanese neighbors. Japanese believe that Koreans are lazy and uncivilized. However, Sunja’s father quickly begins making money by working as an independent fisherman and by learning Japanese and incorporating Japanese customs into his daily life.

Overview About “Pachinko” by “Min Jin Lee”

Pachinko is a family saga that chronicles one Korean family’s struggle to find its place in Japan during a crucial moment in history. It is 1941, and Korea has been under Japanese rule for more than thirty years. Yet while many Koreans emigrated to Japan during colonial times, Hoonie—the middle son of an impoverished aristocratic family—was born on Japanese soil and raised as a member of an affluent Korean clan. As World War II spreads through Asia, Korea is occupied by Japan, forcing Hoonie and his cousin Sunja—daughter of his mother’s servant—to flee from their homes. Separated from his family, Hoonie joins thousands of other Koreans traveling across oceans for a new life in Nagasaki.

Pachinko by Min Jin Lee Chapter 1
Pachinko by Min Jin Lee Chapter 1

Reviews About “Pachinko” by “Min Jin Lee”

From war to love and back again, Pachinko follows one Korean family through conflict and change in Japan. This well-researched novel brings to life a tale of passion, sacrifice, luck, and love. The characters are full of life and emotion—you’ll feel like you’re living alongside them. Readers will find it hard to put down! Pachinko is a truly special book about a family’s epic struggle for survival during Japanese imperialism. It’s excellent historical fiction that resonates with our current times but also transcends any political moment.

Pachinko by Min Jin Lee Chapter 2
Pachinko by Min Jin Lee Chapter 2

About ” Min Jin Lee” the author of “Pachinko”

Min Jin Lee (born 1972) is a Korean-American novelist, who grew up in South Korea, Japan, and North Carolina. Her first novel Free Food for Millionaires received critical acclaim and was a finalist for The Guardian First Book Award. In 2010 she published her second novel Pachinko which was long-listed for Man Booker Prize. She was formerly an editor at Condé Nast Portfolio magazine and contributed to T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Now she is also a tenured professor of creative writing at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. 

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