BTS’s ‘Spring Day’ Will Be the Symbol of Park Shin Hye’s Hope in the Upcoming Drama ‘Sisyphus: The Myth’

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ARMY, it seems like this drama should be put on your must-watch drama list.

Sisyphus: The Myth is a fantasy mystery drama that tells a time travel story about a genius engineer who tries to discover the hidden secrets about the creatures that live within our world and his savior from the future. Based on the images and clips so far, Kang Seo Hae (Park Shin Hye) seemed like a cool-headed invincible warrior. However, the special teaser released today reveals an unexpected taste of her, raising expectations.

In the clip, Kang Seo Hae is walking through Myeongdong un ruins. In the middle of nowhere, where nothing human is left, she finds an unexpected item – BTS’s concert poster. Unable to hind her smile, she soon turns on BTS’s “Spring Day” and hums the song as she returns to her safe house.

Even if she has to wear a gas mask due to polluted air, even if she has never eaten a banana because the only food available are canned food, and even if she has to endure every day in a world occupied by gangsters and warlords, Seo Hae lives her life to the fullest, trying to find her own hope. And one of them is BTS’s “Spring Day” that represents the era before Seoul’s collapse and Seo Hae’s happy past.

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This song, which contains a message to never let go of a hope to meet our loved ones once again, perfectly fits the situation Seo Hae faces, doubling the emotions. Will the warm spring day shine in her life again?

The production team shared, “‘Spring Day’ is a symbolic song for Seo Hae. This song that gives hope to her was reflected in the script from the planning stage, and with the permission of BTS, we have inserted it into this clip. Please pay attention and look forward to the “spring day” that blooms again in Seo Hae’s life.”

Meanwhile, Sisyphus: The Myth will premiere in February as the follow-up of Run On.

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