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Viewers' responses exploded as JTBC's ambitious fantasy mystery drama "SISYPHUS: THE MYTH" opened the door to a huge worldview due to the shock development.
JTBC's 10th anniversary special program "SISYPHUS: THE MYTH," which aired on the 17th, recorded 5.6% nationwide and 6.8% in the metropolitan area, ranking first in the Wednesday-Thursday drama from the first broadcast. It is the highest viewer rating for a JTBC drama on Wednesday and Thursday. (Provided by Nielsen Korea, based on paid viewers)
"SISYPHUS: THE MYTH" caught viewers' five senses with its breathless development from the beginning. The whole story of the shocking incident to genius engineer Tae-sul Han (played by Seung-woo Cho) was eye-catching, and the original worldview of "SISYPHUS: THE MYTH," created by Je-in Lee and Chan-ho Jeon, and the fantasy visual that director Jin-hyuk perfectly embodied.
The performances of Seung-woo Cho and Shin-hye Park, who had been anticipated for their combination, were surprising. In the midst of life and death, Seung-woo Cho skillfully unfolded characters that were lacking in the expression of wide spectrum, such as ease of not letting go of wit, genius behavior that responds with numbers and scientific logic, but deep wounds and self-help attitudes hidden in it. Shin-hye Park showed her strong presence with charisma and action that can overpower her opponent with just one hand. In order to prevent future wars and the collapse of the world, she is expected to become a more powerful warrior.