On October 17, Tate Modern is opening a retrospective exhibition on international artist Nam June Paik (1932?2006), whose work is widely bestowed with such adjectives as ‘innovative’ and ‘pioneering.’ Co-organized by Tate Modern and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the exhibition assembles over 200 works by Paik. This represents the first time that Tate Modern ? the U.K.’s top tourist attraction, having welcomed some 5.9 million visitors last year alone ? has shed light on the Korean-born artist and his works. To mark this occasion and learn more details, let us introduce Dr. Sook-Kyung Lee (50), Tate’s Senior Curator responsible for overseeing the exhibition.