The bad guys on Sisysphus: The Myth are very good-looking, and viewers have definitely noticed. If you haven’t met the Control Bureau’s handsome henchmen yet, consider this your introduction!
1. Go Yoon
32-year-old actor Go Yoon plays Jung Hyun Ki, a former cop recruited by the Control Bureau. He travels to the past and seeing his ailing mother one more time, with the help of the Han Tae Sul (Cho Seung Woo) and Kang Seo Hae (Park Shin Hye).
Go Yoon made his K-Drama debut in 2013 in Iris II: New Generation, and has appeared in nine shows since, including Criminal Minds. Fun fact: Go Yoon is the son of politician Kim Moo Sung, a member of the Liberty Korea Party.
On his Instagram (go_yoon_131), Go Yoon has posted behind the scenes photos from Sispyphus: The Myth, along with selfies…
…and modeling photos.
2. Lim Ji Sub
Lim Ji Sub is a 22-year-old actor under Awesome Entertainment, born on November 12, 1998. He plays one of the Control Bureau henchmen who helped tracked down targets in Episode 4 of the show.
This rookie actor appeared in the 2019 webdrama With All Our Hearts Today and the 2020 webdrama Successful Fan. He also acted in this RADIO9 music video for “Bad Love” with Na Yoon Kwon.
On Instagram, Lim Ji Sub has shared photos taken on the set of Sisyphus: The Myth by himself…
…and with his castmates.
3. Lee Joon Kyung
Actor Lee Joon Kyung is a ’93 liner who plays one of the henchmen responsible for operating a Control Bureau drone that ultimately fails to capture the leads.
He also appeared in episode 3 of Record of Youth as a friend, and episodes 2 and 3 of Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life as a detective.
4. Lee Hyun Jun
Lee Hyun Jun is a model and actor under YG KPlus born in 1995.
Before being cast in Sisyphus: The Myth, appeared in music videos for Primary (“Hush”) and Cosmic Girls (“Kiss Me”).
On Instagram, (hyunjun95), he has posted photos of himself and his castmates in their Control Bureau costumes.
5. Park Young Bin
Park Young Bin is a ’93 liner who plays the Control Bureau henchman Kwon Hyuk Bum.
This 28-year-old actor got his K-Drama in 2020 in The King: Eternal Monarch and has acted in four movies, including The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful.