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In 2008, Chong Wishing's Yakiniku Dragon made him the talk of theatre circles that year. Chong wrote the script and directed the production, which was a joint project involving Japanese and Korean theatre companies.
His play Tatoeba No ni Saku Hana no Yo ni is set in the 1950s, a period which saw the start of the Korean War; Yakiniku Dragon, which depicts a Korean family living in Japan, is set around 1970, when Japan hosted its first World Expo amid a period of rapid economic growth.
His latest work is set in the early 1960s, a period right in the middle between those of his two previous plays. It takes place in a coalmining town in Kyushu. The story centers on a Korean woman with permanent residence (i.e. "Zainichi Korean"), working as a hairdresser, who is remarried with a Japanese man who works the mines. The play focuses on a lawsuit over a mining accident which drags on for 20 years. Chong himself will direct the play.