Sisyphus: The Myth is a sci-fi South Korean drama about a genius engineer named Han Tae-sul, who tries to discover the truth behind his older brother Han Tae San's death, and a mysterious woman called Gang Seo-hae, who travels back in time to help him save the world from a major threat.
Dubbed as "JTBC's 10th Anniversary Drama", Sisyphus: The Myth premiered on February 17, 2021, with two episodes being released each weekend since that day. Now, all 16 episodes of the time travel k-drama have already been released. If you haven't caught up or if you're wondering where to watch the series, here's everything you need to know.
All 16 episodes of Sisyphus: The Myth are available to stream on Netflix now. The episodes were released in Korea and internationally after their television broadcast every Wedneday, but now that Season 1 is complete, you can watch all of them on Netflix now.
Note that different countries have different availability for Netflix episodes, you'll need to check the episode listing for your country's streaming availability.
The original language is Korean but English subtitles are available for non-Korean audience.
Here's the offical synopsis of Sisyphus: The Myth from Netflix:
"An unfathomable incident introduces a genius engineer to dangerous secrets of the world — and to a woman from the future who's come looking for him. Mysterious events. Shadowy entities. A woman from the future. As a hidden world comes into view, so do its deadly secrets."
Personally, I think the first few episodes of Sisyphus: The Myth are exciting, but I dropped the show after the 6th episode for multiple reasons which I might discuss in more-depth in a seperate article. If you love an action-packed show or the Terminator franchise, you might find Sisyphus: The Myth interesting, but don't set your expectations too high.
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