Drama Pachinko competes with White Lotus in the American Film Institute’s Top 10 TV Programs of the Year.
Pachinko, a drama starring Lee Min Ho, took home a prestigious award. The television series was chosen to be featured in the American Film Institute’s selection of the Top 10 TV Programs of the Year (AFI).
Launching Kbizoom on Sunday (11/12/2022), the drama created by the United States (US) OTT platform, Apple TV Plus, has been a box office success in the United States, Japan, and Korea. The drama, which was published in March of this year, cost one billion US dollars, or almost Rp. 15 trillion.
‘Pachinko’ is based on a novel by Min Jin Lee, an American-Korean writer. The plot is around the history of a South Korean family residing in Japan throughout the stormy time between 1910 and the 1980s.
The drama, which also stars Kim Min Ha, airs alongside ‘Abbott Elementary,’ ‘Better Call Saul,’ ‘Hacks,’ ‘Mo,’ ‘Reservation Dogs,’ ‘Severance,’ ‘Somebody Somewhere,’ and ‘The White Lotus.’
Meanwhile, “Avatar: The Way of Water” (Avatar 2), “Top Gun: Maverick” (Top Gun 2), “Elvis”, “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, “The Fablemans”, “Nope”, “She Said”, “Tár”, “The Woman King” and “Women Talking” are among the top ten films on the list.
Every year, the AFI picks and announces ten television dramas and ten films.