Ethnic Koreans have made up a substantial part of Japan’s urban populations for generations. And while many get on with their lives among the Japanese, their unique status continues to present challenges to how they fit in and how they see themselves. Sociologist Assoc. Prof. Nana Oishi and historian Dr. Jonathan Glade examine the fates and fortunes of Zainichi Koreans. Presented by Peter Clarke. An Asia Institute Podcast. Produced and edited by profactual.com. Music by audionautix.com.