At the end of Episode 6 of ‘Sisyphus: The Myth’ we saw how Seo-hae had managed to save Tae-sul from the time warp his best friend and girlfriend had trapped him in. Not only did she save him, but she also seems to have come up with the perfect plan to have a good fight against Sigma.

Previously, Sigma was just a name, an organization that cut deals with Tae-sul’s company while busy with its technological innovation, among other things. However, after Seo-hae mentioned that Sigma wanted to pick him up and that they had trained a gun on his head, he found traces in his company that lead to Sigma.


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Tae-sul also realizes how his technology could really have been used to start a war. At the moment, Seo-hae has only revealed that North Korea would use nuclear weapons against the south, which would lead to a war that could devastate their entire country on the ground. In episode 7, they decide to dismantle the secret organization, primarily using Tae-sul’s technology.

Cho Seung-woo and Park Shin-hye in “Sisyphus: The Myth”. (JTBC)

Seo-hae had previously helped a random stranger win a lottery and that ultimately saved her and possibly even funded her surgery because this young man is returning to help Seo-hae exactly when she was supposed to be captured. Seo-hae also tells Tae-sul that she met his brother and also reveals the warning he gave her. It turns out that Tae-sul’s brother has no idea how she had so far managed to save him and prevent Sigma, Seo-hae, and Tae-sul from deciding that they should work together best.

In this way, Tae-sul also gets the opportunity to get known in public and announce during a press conference that he is coming for everyone who sits in the background and plays everything. But who is the person who is hiding behind Sigma? Tae-sul may not notice yet, but his brother Tae-san has been kidnapped. So we wonder if Tae-sul and Seo-hae’s plans would put his brother in danger.

Chae Jong-yup as Sun who saves Seo-hae. (JTBC)

As all of this dissipates, we are truly fascinated by the connection between the present, Seo-hae’s family tragedy, and the space continuum. By preventing Tae-sul from making the uploader, she hopes to save her mother and bring travelers from the other side to safety. If we walk past Seo-hae and remember her past – she was a child when the war broke out – she and Tae-sul are from different times and have nothing in common in the present. However, if she is from another time, why is she determined to save him and what happened to her mother? We have to wait and see.

Sisyphus: The Myth airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 9 p.m. KST on JTBC and can be streamed on Netflix in the US.

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