5 Other ScIence FIction Korean Dramas in the past to watch after Sysiphus!

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In this article we will share to you informations about the other 5 science fiction korean dramas that you might want to watch after watching Sisyphus: The Myth Korean dramas.

Sisyphus: The Myth korean scifi dramas have become some of the most famous movie that released on Netflix this year. The Korean dramas series, starring Park Shin Hye and Cho Seung Woo, has been a hot topic among global audiences over the past few weeks. If you’re looking to explore similar TV shows after the finale, here is the list of korean scifi dramas that you can add to your watching queue.

To give you a quick look of Sisyphus, it’s a dystopian scifi story that follows Seo hae, who travels from the future to present times to help stop a missile war that will destroys the entire Korean peninsula. She finds Tae Sul, a genius entrepreneur and engineer behind time travel new technology.

These recommendations of similar series to watch include Signal, which is also time travel storyline, as well as W-Two worlds apart, movie that deals with 2 alternate worlds.

If you like Sisyphus the myth scifi TV Series, then make sure you also read this article to the end and prepare to get hooked on this mind boogling dramas in the past that you might miss out.

 

Signal (2016)

After witnessing a crime 15 years ago that remains unsolved, now-criminal profiler and cop Haeyoung (Lee Je-hoon) distrusts the police and authorities. One day, the main character comes across a mysterious walkie-talkie that allows him to communicate with detective Jae-han (Cho Jin-woong), who lives in the year 2000 and is in charge of investigating the unfortunate incident that Haeyoung had witnessed years ago. The two transcend time to solve more brutal crimes.

W – Two Worlds Apart (2016)

As suggested by the title, W – Two Worlds Apart is a series that focuses on the clash between the real universe and an alternate world set inside a web cartoon. Kang Chul (Lee Jong-suk), a character within the fictional story, sets out on a journey to uncover the truth behind his family’s death and comes across Oh Yeon-joo (Han Hyo-joo), the author’s daughter who accidentally ends up in the webtoon.

Tunnel (2017)

In the year 1986, detective Gwang-ho (Choi Jin-hyuk) attempts to catch a serial murderer. During his investigation, the main character ends up going through a tunnel that leads him to the year 2017, where the killer begins murdering people again. Gwang-ho teams up with Sun-jae (Yoon Hyun-min) and Jae-yi (Lee You-young) to solve the crime.

Memories of the Alhambra (2018)

Set in Spain and Korea, Memories of the Alhambra follows the story of Yoo Jin-woo (Hyun Bin), an investment company CEO who visits Granada to meet Jung Se-joo (Park Chan-yeol), the creator of an AR game who goes missing. Instead, Jin-woo comes across Se-joo’s sister Jung Hee-joo (Park Shin-hye) and the two jump between the real world and AR universe to uncover a series of mysteries.

SF8 (2020)

Straying away from the traditional K-drama format, SF8 is an anthology series that is often compared to Netflix’s Black Mirror. Featuring the works of eight filmmakers, each short film focuses on people who dream of the perfect society in a world dominated by artificial intelligence, AR, VR, robots, games and more.

Have you watch one of this movie before? which one is the best in your opinion? Comment below!

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