Kazuki Kaneshiro

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Kazuki Kaneshiro (金城 一紀, Kaneshiro Kazuki, born 29 October 1968) is a Zainichi Korean novelist who was born in Kawaguchi, Saitama.

Later in his life he acquired Japanese citizenship. Due to early influence from his Marxist-Leninist father, he studied at the Chongryon-affiliated elementary school and middle school. Afterwards his father switched his affiliation for Mindan, he instead studied at Hozen High School (保善高等学校) in Tokyo Shibuya. He graduated in Law at Keio University. With the strong confusions with Chongryon, Mindan, and Japanese politics he wanted to promote an alternative "Korean-Japanese" (コリアン・ジャパニーズ) identity to overcome social obstacles, but later he abandoned this concept.[1]


  • 2000 Go
  • 2003 Taiwa-Hen (対話篇; made into a film as Ren'ai Shousetsu)
  • 2007 Eiga-Hen (映画篇)

Zombies Series (ゾンビーズ・シリーズ)

  • 2001 Revolution No. 3 (レヴォリューションNO.3)
  • 2003 Fly, Daddy, Fly (フライ,ダディ,フライ)
  • 2005 SPEED



  1. ^ Kim, Su-gyeong (2006-09-01). 가네시로 가즈키 소설의 매력 [The Beauty of Novels by Kaneshiro Kazuki]. CINE21.com (in Korean). p. 2. Archived from the original on 2012-07-16. Retrieved 2010-04-12.

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