Each year, Close-up takes a deep dive into the cinematic world of selected director(s). Following Yi Okseop·Koo Kyohwan (2020) and Ahn Jae-huun (2021), we invite director Yoon Seongho this year under the exciting title of “Pit-a-Pat”. Yoon, who just wrote a new chapter in the book of K-political drama with Political Fever, is one of the most prolific filmmakers of our times. Since making a debut in 2001 with the short film Road to Samchunpo, Yoon has demonstrated impressive prolificity across shorts, features and TV series. No other word can describes his filmography better than ‘omni-directional,’ as his untiring quest for a new form of story is plain to see. Almost a decade ago, Yoon’s popular ‘web drama’ format heralded the arrival of the short-form content, but instead of dwelling on early success, he has expanded to the internet, cable TV, OTT streaming services as well as traditional theaters. Featuring a total of 11 films, “Pit-a-Pat” is categorized into four groups: Feature, Short, Woman and Man. Milky Way Liberation Front is Yoon’s feature-length motion picture debut, while the short-form segment showcases five pieces of work: Seongho, the Right Wing Boy; Portfolio; Pit-a-Pat Bae Chang-ho; Neo Liberal Man and Parallel Adventure of Madam Mizy. Next, the female narrative, one of Yoon’s signature themes, runs through Pit-a-Pat Red Carpet, Dr. Jump and Lily Fever. Every Dog Has His Day and Assistant Manager Park’s Private Life will show you the face of a naive man in love.