JTBC drama 'Sisyphus: The Myth' released 3 teaser posters on January 8, featuring Cho Seung Woo, Park Shin Hye, and a mysterious figure.
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JTBC's 10th anniversary drama 'Sisyphus: The Myth' is a fantasy mystery drama about the journey of genius engineer Han Tae Sul (played by Cho Seung Woo) and savior Kang Seo Hae (played by Park Shin Hye), who go a long and dangerous path for him.
The teaser released poster attracts prospective viewers' attention as it contains the presence of Cho Seung Woo and Park Shin Hye, as well as the special color and identity of 'Sisyphus: The Myth'.
First of all, Cho Seung Woo, who plays the role of genius engineer Han Tae Sul, is dominating the atmosphere with intense eyes. The sharp, bright eyes seem to look through the darkest world. Park Shin Hye, who returns to the past to save Han Tae Sul and save the world in crisis, shows her strong will to achieve her goal. Expectations for ''Sisyphus: The Myth' are doubled with their deep eyes already compressing many stories and emotions.
That's not all. Adding to the mystery is an unknown figure, appearing as a silhouette. It can be inferred that he is not an ordinary person due to his unusual aura that shoots out even though his face is invisible. Who is the unknown being behind this silhouette?
Above all, the red symbol Sigma among the three characters is another point that maximizes the attention of prospective viewers. What does this symbol, the Greek alphabet which means the sum of numbers in mathematics, mean in 'Sisyphus: The Myth'?
"Sigma is responsible for the core axis of the worldview of 'Sisyphus: The Myth'. If you look closely, you will find the same symbol in the drama logo," the production team said, further raising curiosity. What does Sigma mean, and what does it have to do with the three characters?
worldview is a work that has already drawn attention from both inside and outside the broadcaster as it is helmed by director Jin Hyuk, who is behind the best productions such as 'Legend of the Blue Sea', 'Dr. Stranger' and 'Master's Sun'. It plans to present a new paradigm of genre with innovative visuals and solid composition and stories that have never been seen before.
It is scheduled to air in February following JTBC's Wednesday-Thursday drama 'Run On'.