JTBC’s “Sisyphus: The Myth” has launched new stills teasing the ultimate two episodes of the drama!
Like a Mobius strip, time in “Sisyphus: The Myth” has been chasing its tail in an countless loop. This is the rule that’s established by the “uploader,” the time machine that permits folks to journey to the previous. The evil Sigma (Kim Byung Chul) needs to keep up this rule, however Kang Seo Hae (Park Shin Hye) and Han Tae Sool (Cho Seung Woo) need to break it.
At the top of the countless loop is October 31, when a nuclear struggle breaks out and Tae Sool and Seo Hae die. Each time that Tae Sool is pressured to decide on by Sigma between the world and Seo Hae, he chooses Seo Hae. In doing so, he managed to complete the ultimate coding on the uploader. Even although the nation was plunged into smash as soon as extra, Seo Hae was in a position to take the uploader and return to the previous and the 2 may meet up once more to deal with Sigma as soon as extra.
The countless loop is the rationale the drama is known as “Sisyphus,” after the Greek fable of Sisyphus, who was cursed to repeat the identical punishment time and again till the top of time. Despite their a number of errors till now, will Seo Hae and Tae Sool lastly break freed from their merciless destiny? Just as Sisyphus rolled the boulder time and again up the hill, the 2 took small steps every time to alter the long run just a little at a time.
In the brand new stills, Kang Seo Hae and Han Tae Sool share a young second earlier than their climactic face-off in opposition to Sigma. The manufacturing employees acknowledged, “As there are solely two episodes left within the drama, Tae Sool and Seo Hae will face their destiny and have their ultimate battle with Sigma. Please look ahead to the decisive second when it will likely be revealed if Han Tae Sool can change destiny as he witnessed sooner or later, or if Sigma will win one final time.”
The ultimate two episodes of “Sisyphus: The Myth” will air on April 7 and eight at 9 p.m. KST.
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