Michelle Zauner

aka “Japanese Breakfast,” author of “Crying in H Mart”

Michelle Zauner on KCRW

More than six years after her mother’s death, Michelle Zauner still cries, usually in the Korean grocery store H Mart.

Michelle Zauner on ‘Crying In H Mart’ and losing her mom to cancer, plus finding ‘Jubilee’ with new music

More than six years after her mother’s death, Michelle Zauner still cries, usually in the Korean grocery store H Mart.

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