“Sisyphus: The Myth” is a fantasy-mystery drama starring Cho Seung Woo as Han Tae Sool, a genius engineer who embarks on a dangerous journey to convey to mild hidden beings which might be secretly residing in our world, and Park Shin Hye as his savior Kang Seo Hae, who has walked an extended and harmful path for him.
On January 28, the upcoming drama launched two character posters introducing viewers to its heroic leads, who should tackle the daunting job of fixing a future that has already been decided.
Park Shin Hye’s poster emphasizes her character’s dedication to defending Han Tae Sool, along with her caption studying, “I’ll prevent, you save the world.” Meanwhile, Cho Seung Woo’s poster highlights the boldness of his character, who stares into the digicam with a decided look as his caption reads, “Because I’ve seen the long run, a future the place we win.”
However, in line with the producers of “Sisyphus: The Myth,” there’s additionally an vital clue hidden within the two new posters: the digital traces distorting the photographs of Park Shin Hye and Cho Seung Woo, which recall to mind a damaged tv display, are there for a cause.
“The that means [of those lines] will probably be revealed quickly,” teased the producers. “Until then, we expect it may be enjoyable for viewers to strive fixing the thriller of why Tae Sool’s and Seo Hae’s photos are distorted.”
“Sisyphus: The Myth” will premiere on February 17 at 9 p.m. KST. Check out a teaser for the drama here!
In the meantime, watch Park Shin Hye in “Little House in the Forest” under:
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