Pachinko Episode 6
Based on the New York Times bestseller of the same name, Pachinko is a masterful sweeping saga, chronicling the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations.
The proverbial glue holding all of this together is Sunja, who leaves her homeland in an indomitable quest to survive and thrive.
If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!
Here is everything you need to know about Pachinko episode 6 including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch Pachinko?
Pachinko is available to stream on AppleTV+. This is an exclusive original series, meaning this is the only place you’re going to be able to watch this show.
Pachinko episode 6 Release Date
Pachinko episode 6 will release on Friday 15th April at approximately 9pm (PT) / 12am (ET) / 5am (GMT). Of course, it’s really dependent on how quickly Apple upload new episodes. Expect this to be pretty close to the release time though.
Pachinko episode 6 is also available with subtitles from its release, given the show is told through Japanese, Korean and English. Episode 6 is titled “Chapter Six” and will be 53 minutes long.
How Many Episodes Will Pachinko Have?
Season 1 of Pachinko is an 8 episode series, so we’ve got 2 more episodes to go. Expect the story to continue interweaving these different timelines as the episodes progress
Is There A Trailer For Pachinko?
There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Pachinko Season 1 below:
What Happened In Episode 5?
Episode 5 saw Solomon laid off from his job while trying to find Hana. Meanwhile, Sunja makes it back to Korea and ends up in a little reunion with an old friend.
We’ve got the whole episode covered with our handy (and lengthy) recap, detailing all the big plot points and discussing the chapter with an accompanying review. You can find that link below!
Read More: Pachinko Episode 5 Recap & Review
What do you hope to see as the series continues with its exploration of the past? What’s been your favorite moment of Pachinko so far? Let us know in the comments below!