Is Pachinko on Netflix? (Where to stream)

Minha Kim in “Pachinko,” premiering March 25, 2022 on Apple TV+.
Minha Kim in “Pachinko,” premiering March 25, 2022 on Apple TV+. /
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Simply put, the 2022 series Pachinko is taking the world by storm.

The new release journeys the lives of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. Each generation has its fair share of trials and tribulations as the world around them changes in ways they could not foresee. Nevertheless, the family presses on, doing whatever they can to stay afloat. Be it chasing after their wildest dreams or falling in love, they’ll find a way to move forward.

With a plot like this, the growing popularity of the show certainly doesn’t come as a surprise. If you would also like to be a part of this series’ fanbase then you should definitely stream every single episode. We tell you just where you can watch Pachinko here.

Is Pachinko on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Pachinko is not currently streaming on Netflix and most likely, never will. However, as always, we’ll have to see what the future holds to know for sure.

While you wait to learn whether this amazing Korean drama series will become a Netflix title, read on to find out where you can stream Pachinko.

Where to stream Pachinko

Today, the only site that is streaming Pachinko is Apple TV+. The streaming site currently has three episodes of the show available to watch and will release the fourth episode on Friday, April 1 at 12:00 a.m. ET. From there, the remaining four episodes of the show will release every Friday on Apple TV+ at the aforementioned time.

At this time, the 2022 series streaming anywhere else doesn’t seem likely as Apple TV+ seldom shares its originals across other sites. But we’ll be sure to let you know when or if this ever changes.

Until then, be sure to stream every episode of Pachinko today. Or, if you prefer to stay on Netflix, definitely stream Business Proposal or Crash Landing on You as they are both great K-dramas to enjoy.

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