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Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner is set to release a memoir, 'Crying In H Mart'

It's “about growing up Korean-American, losing her mother too young, searching for identity in a hybrid culture, and finding a passion for her ancestry and Korean cooking as a way to heal and return to her roots in the wake of loss.”
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Published: 8:21 pm, February 28, 2019
Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner is set to release a memoir, 'Crying In H Mart'

Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner is set to release a memoir.

There's no release date yet for 'Crying In H Mart', which follows up on a recent article in the New Yorker of the same name, written by the singer.

A statement explains it's “about growing up Korean-American, losing her mother too young, searching for identity in a hybrid culture, and finding a passion for her ancestry and Korean cooking as a way to heal and return to her roots in the wake of loss.”

Japanese Breakfast's most recent album 'Soft Sounds From Another Planet' was released back in 2017.

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