Apple has renewed the highly acclaimed adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s excellent Pachinko novel for the second time. The update comes just before the end of a season-long release on Apple TV + this past Friday. Lee’s multi-genre novel, published in 2017, received praise for his portrayal of a Korean family who immigrated to Japan before the beginning of WWII. What is remarkable about both Apple’s novels and game series is how they seamlessly combine the storytelling and the high personal experiences of the protagonists together. History has had a profound effect on Pachinko characters, from the Japanese colony in Korea to the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and then the economic prosperity of Japan in the 1980s.
The end of a Friday season stems from an event that took place about a third through Lee’s 500-page novel, so there are a lot of stories left for Apple’s TV + series to adapt. The company did not say when season two will start filming or when it plans to stream new events. All of this means you have time to meet Pachinko if you have slept on it. India has seized nearly $ 725 million worth of assets from Xiaomi India after the country’s anti-money laundering agency found the sponsor had violated local foreign exchange rules.