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Nam June Paik was an American-Korean artist widely credited as the founder of video art. Paik experimented with many different creative processes and artistic media. Commissioned for broadcast on Korean television (MBC) as part of Korea’s Millennium celebration, Tiger Lives was broadcast around the world on the 2000 Today, which is a television special produced and televised by an international consortium of 73 broadcasters. In the broadcast, Paik was seen creating artworks and singing Longing for Mt. Geumgangsan, a Korean folk song, His clumsy singing further illustrated his earnest wish for the reunification of Korea. In this artwork, he embodies the Koreans’ determination for global peace, coexistence, and unification as well as his artistic aspiration for peace and art.