VIDEO: Park Shin Hye RISKS it all as she juggles between the present & future in Sisyphus: The Myth's trailer

Park Shin Hye plays an elite warrior from the future in Sisyphus: The Myth and you can check out the intriguing trailer below.
Park Shin Hye RISKS it all as she juggles between the present & future in Sisyphus: The Myth's trailer
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The trailer for Park Shin Hye's much-awaited comeback is here! Sisyphus: The Myth is a sci-fi, fantasy and mystery drama about a genius engineer Han Tae Sool (Cho Seong Woo), who sets off on a dangerous mission to uncover the mystery behind his older brother's death. He encounters Kang Seo Hae (Park Shin Hye), an elite and skilled warrior from the future. Kang Seo Hae takes it upon herself to find and protect him at all costs.

The much-awaited drama's trailer dropped on February 9. The video opens with a voiceover which says, "Welcome to the Mirae (Future)". We see President Park (Sung Dong II) walking with guns as his henchmen trail behind him. We see a bare glimpse of Park Shin Hye in a maroon lipstick, looking shocked through her VR headset. We are introduced to our genius engineer Han Tae Sool, looking rather grim and worried. In a voiceover he says, "People from the future are travelling through time to get here with that machine. And one of them is trying to kill me." Next, we see Park Shin Hye point a loaded rifle at someone with worry and concern, deeply furrowed on her face. She notes sadly, "I'm more scared of staying alive alone in this world."

The next couple of scenes quickly oscillate between fast-paced action and intense drama, as Park Shin Hye expresses, "I'm going to save the world." The intriguing trailer ends with Park Shin Hye and Cho Seong Wu jumping off the bridge, hand in hand.

You can watch the interesting new trailer of Sisyphus: The Myth below:

Sisyphus: The Myth is touted to be JTBC's 10th Anniversary special drama. Sisyphus: The Myth premieres on February 17 on JTBC. Interestingly, French author Albert Camus has written a philosophical essay 'Le Mythe de Sysphe' or 'The Myth of Sisyphus' in 1942. The essay explores the themes of existentialism and absurdism.  

ALSO READ: Sisyphus: The Myth's Park Shin Hye has no past regrets: I am who I am because of the combination of my choices

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Anonymous 1 month ago

Yes awaiting for next project with Lee Min Ho

Anonymous 2 months ago

You just hit it my hallyu queen

Anonymous 2 months ago

Next PROJECT please with Lee Min Ho ♥️♥️♥️

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