Saya and Paroma sit down for a good gab about jTBC's 10-year anniversary drama, Sisyphus: The Myth, that aired earlier in the year, starring Park Shin-hye and Jo Seung-woo. We discuss why it wasn't a perfect show, but also the things that were perfectly done despite it. We're optimistic about the future of sci-fi in the K-drama realm, though, and the lush scope of Sisyphus gets us really excited! Come and listen!
Note: At times, we (mainly Saya) use the name 'Seung-bok' to refer to Eddy Kim. They are the same person!
- Our reviews on our blog
- The moment - the music - that sucked Saya in
- Paroma's video essay: The Real Hero of Sisyphus is Seo-hae
OTHER EPISODES WE THINK YOU'LL LIKE:
Episode 94: The Long Yak where Anisa discusses why she dropped Sisyphus
Episode 85: WUID episode where we preview Sisyphus before it airs
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This episode was edited by Saya and Paroma.