Sitcoms/Variety Shows
1 Night 2 Days: Episode 334
by | May 22, 2011 | 60 Comments

 
EPISODE 334 RECAP. Broadcast on May 15, 2011.

girlfriday: The footrace begins! Seung-gi and Tae-woong manage to catch up to Ho-dong, but the problem is Ji-won, who may be a genius, but can’t run for crap.

javabeans: It’s the nerd dilemma. So fast in brain, so slow in body.

girlfriday: Team Babo’s got Speedy Su-geun way out in front, except their problem is trust — Ho-dong explained all day long that the team leader has to pull the flag for it to count as a win, but was met with suspicious eyes from his teammates every time. So, which team will win: Speed without Trust, or Trust without Speed?

javabeans: Ho-dong needs to work on his sincere-o-meter, because when he was explaining this to Su-geun multiple times all day, even *I* thought it sounded fishy, even though I knew he was telling the truth!

girlfriday: It’s the ol’ crying wolf dilemma. After a while, no one believes you, even if you ARE telling the truth. Ho-dong does the smart thing and holds Tae-woong back (if you know you can’t beat him, it’s best to interfere), and Su-geun has enough time to pull the flag. He has to get it into Ho-dong’s hands though, and I fully expected him to run off with it in the other direction, but he chooses to trust his hyung this time. Cue dramatic victory hug, complete with a flashback to their untrusting days (four hours ago, give or take) to show how far they’ve come. Heh.

javabeans: And now for the big dilemma: How to deal with their “winnings.”

girlfriday: The prize is a big one (and the first-ever of its kind) — two members get to go home. Right now. And Ho-dong gets to choose. Turns out it’s not all fun and games to be the winner though, ‘cause he realizes it’s for real, and then all of a sudden he’s paralyzed with indecision. Ho-dong: “If I send them and stay, I’ll be left out. But if I go, the viewers will badmouth me.” Seung-gi: “Those are the rules of the game… But if the viewers DO badmouth you, there’s nothing you can do about it.” Hahahaha. Way to drive home the pressure.

javabeans: The difficulty comes because it’s clear that Ho-dong wants to take the prize and go home, but he’s greatly aware of his duties and image as the main MC. If he had no interest in leaving, it would’ve been an easy decision, but he’s torn between the temptation and the fear — and, oh yeah, also that niggling suspicion that there’s a hidden catch. ‘Cause this IS 1N2D.

girlfriday: It’s really kind of funny how hard this is for Ho-dong, whereas I don’t think anyone else would think twice about it. They’d be like, “See ya!” *zoom* One of the PDs points out that this is the real face of Kang Ho-dong. I half wonder if he’s actually going to do it, and leave, just for vanity’s sake. You know, that let’s see how well they get on without ME kinda thing. But it looks like he’s far more concerned with his responsibility as the main MC, and how it’ll look if he leaves. Seung-gi: “Even if you get cursed at, it won’t greatly change your life or anything.” HA!

javabeans: I like how they dropped in hints in the previous episode when the teams first heard about the prize, such as when Team Scary was speculating that Ho-dong couldn’t possibly go home, and Seung-gi joked, “If he goes home, then he must really hate working.” (Meaning: Somebody’s got a bad work ethic!) And the caption read, “These scary young fellas…” for joke-calling his image into question. Hee.

girlfriday: Ho-dong finally finally makes the call: “We don’t have to go home, right? So then us married guys — you’ll keep it a secret… and we don’t have to go home… Er, there are a lot of cameras here…” OMG, so funny. I love that that’s what their instincts are as the two old marrieds — our wives think we’re at work, but we don’t have to be at work…. sooooo….

javabeans: That’s so cute. These two ajusshis are gonna have fun playing hooky and keeping it from the wives, while they go out and play. And their reasoning is that Jong-min isn’t married, so the reward isn’t the same for him. Haha.

girlfriday: Adorable. But then I begin to wonder, what do two comedian ajusshis DO when they’re playing hooky from their wives? Mid-day bender? So it looks like Ho-dong and Su-geun are done for the day, but they can’t bring themselves to actually leave. The cameras are packing up, but they’re still like, “Do we really go?” It’s so funny to see how hard this is for them.

javabeans: Plus, I bet they’re afraid of somehow turning into the butt of the joke or something the instant they’re gone. I’d be wary too.

girlfriday: I know, right? And I always have that little kid thing, like I don’t want anyone having fun without me. Still, they said they were going, so they say goodbye… The rest of the boys head inside the observatory, and talk of stars leads to Ji-won’s crazy UFO theories again.

javabeans: It’s funny how serious he is about them, how matter-of-fact. Everyone else is joking, and he’s talking about how aliens beam up cows into their UFOs like it’s a proven phenomenon.

girlfriday: That’s not even the half of it. Once the other boys were trying to convince Na PD that a picture they took had a UFO in it, and Ji-won called him, totally striaight-faced: “Burn it. Burn it right now and walk away.” They start to feel their hyungs’ absence, especially when you take into account that Ho-dong and Su-geun are the two biggest talkers, by a long shot. Tae-woong says it feels like the head of the household is out. Seung-gi: “Did you maybe get beaten up severely by Ho-dong hyung before?” Tae-woong: “No, but I always have the fear that I might.” LOL.

javabeans: Yeah, on one hand they’re all wondering if/how to step it up to be more entertaining, but on the other hand this is a show when they’re funniest just being themselves, and forcing it doesn’t yield the best results.

girlfriday: They visit the pepper bridge, and I’m already realizing how quickly we move from segment to segment without Ho-dong around. I can actually recognize that the episode is kind of zooming past things, because there’s nothing interesting going on to edit in. Ho-dong would’ve engaged the guy at the observatory with more questions, and he’d have made up some crazy game at the pepper bridge and made the boys play.

javabeans: Yeah, it’s not that his MC-ing is invisible, by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s integrated to be a seamless part of the show. Without him, you see the seams.

girlfriday: It’s time for dinner games, and they all start to feel burdened by the wall of cameras pointed at them. Ji-won: “We really don’t need this many. You can take turns.” Wow, it’s fascinating to see how awkward they feel when they can’t rest on Ho-dong to run the show. MC duties naturally fall to Seung-gi, who does his best to do a Ho-dong-esque intro for the scene.

javabeans: At first it looks like he’s imitating Ho-dong, inflection for inflection, hee. It’s interesting that while Seung-gi is a good MC, you can see the effort it takes.

girlfriday: The game: deep-fried peppers, half of which are stuffed with beef, half with pepper seeds and hot sauce. Eat one whole, and last ten minutes without water or pained expression. Tae-woong: “Are we not allowed to cry?” Na PD: “If you have something sad in your personal life…” Hahaha.

javabeans: The peppers are battered and fried to hide their color, which Ji-won notes is a clue. It’s funny how they pick one based on their hunch that it’s green, then turn it over and groan to see that the bit of red peeking through was hidden on the bottom side (no coincidence, that!), but now they’re stuck.

girlfriday: Ji-won’s convinced he can tell which ones aren’t spicy, and actually manages to pick one for himself. Tae-woong, on the other hand, is not so lucky.

javabeans: Tae-woong masks the heat pretty well, to the point where I wondered if he’d gotten lucky too, until it’s pointed out that the corners of his mouth are swelling red with the spiciness.

girlfriday: Seung-gi eats his in one bite, and the tears just start pooling instantly.

javabeans: Surely I cannot be the only one who had a wayward thought… when Seung-gi announces he’s picking the biggest gochu… and is told to put it in his mouth all at once? …Anybody?

girlfriday: Who, me? *bats lashes*

javabeans: (Note: gochu, or pepper, is also the Korean word for weenie. Hee.)

girlfriday: Pffffft. Weenie humor. Evil Na PD purposely makes him MC through his pain, with hilarious results.

javabeans: Oh man, he’s turning red and sweating, with veins bulging out of his temples. Usually he’s pretty good at putting the show first, but this time he can’t even and he’s just miserable as he tries to narrate. That’s what you get for going for size!

girlfriday: Apparently size matters. Tae-woong actually tolerates the spicy pretty well, and he says he prefers stuff like this to jokgu. Keh. Dogfeet! Ji-won is actually so good at picking the un-spicy peppers that he clears Jong-min, and then plays again to save Seung-gi, who really looks like he’s dying. So they all win dinner. Yay! Ji-won the Cho-ding gets so squeamish about the stew with the fishes cooked whole that he won’t even taste the broth. Tae-woong goes to take a bite of the fish, head-first, and Ji-won’s eyes bug out, “But, hyung, that’s a face!” Hahaha. And he doesn’t at all mean it in a vegetarian way. It just grosses him out, like a little kid.

girlfriday: The boys finish dinner and Na PD gets a text from Ho-dong’s manager: “PD-nim, I don’t know what to do…” Apparently, Ho-dong and Su-geun knew they had to leave, but didn’t really want to go home, so they ate at a nearby restaurant and then asked if they could rest there for a while. They’ve been sleeping there for over 3 hours, the restaurant is about to close, and Ho-dong’s manager doesn’t know what to do. HA.

javabeans: You can practically hear the desperation in his message: The boys suggest going to the restaurant, and the manager asks, “Please come as quickly as possible.”

girlfriday: The boys have been calling them all day, and wonder now why the hyungs never picked up. Na PD nails it: “Pride.” Omg, I love it. So true. So basically they made a big fuss, then left, but really they just want to come back, but they can’t. Why? It’s a conflation of the Trifecta: Korean, Male, Eldest.

javabeans: Ho-dong feels the burden of responsibility despite being absolved of it by Na PD, and there’s probably an element of “They need me!” mixed in there along with “Why don’t they need me?”

girlfriday: They decide to go and find them, and then Ji-won adds the twist: “And then we’ll send them home, again!” Hahaha. That’s like, Oh is your pride getting in the way? Well you can just take your pride all the way back home ‘cause we’re not gonna make it easy for you! Seung-gi thanks his lucky stars he’s one of Ji-won’s troops. The PDs add the pun: “Eun Ji-won: If you’re not ah-goon [friendly troops], then you’re ack-woon [unlucky].”

javabeans: What’s funny is that until this point, the quartet version of 1N2D has been a bit dull, and I was wondering how they’d handle the rest of the shoot in this atmosphere. But with this, all of a sudden they’re in full mission mode, pretending they don’t need their hyungs, when in fact it’s becoming increasingly obvious that they do.

girlfriday: It’s a pride contest from both ends, as most things in 1N2D devolve into. They don’t want to admit it, but they’re dead in the water without Ho-dong and Su-geun. They head over to the restaurant, named Something-something Garden, which means one thing: beef. I love that strange ubiquitous thing with Korean BBQ restaurants all named Such-and-such Garden.

javabeans: They orchestrate the grand unveiling of the room: One, two, three! And there they are, curled up in the room, facing opposite walls like a married couple after a spat.

girlfriday: They get the jump on Ho-dong and Su-geun, who have by all accounts been sleeping all day, but they insist that they’ve been having a grand old time, playing hilarious games, just the two of them. HA. I love all the posturing.

javabeans: Ho-dong insists that they were yukking it up until just before the guys got here. The guys point out his scratchy voice and sleep-reddened eyes, but he’s sticking to his story.

girlfriday: Ho-dong tries to make it seem like they had the brilliant idea of scaring them in the middle of the night, but then the truth starts to come out. Su-geun: “Once there were no cameras, we had nothing to say to each other.” Pffft. And Ho-dong: “I’m so sick of him! He farts more than he speaks!” LOL. They really do look like they’ve been suffering, and Su-geun says that this was more of a punishment than a prize. Ho-dong finally starts to come back to life now that the cameras are back on him. I love the meta of this whole thing — the star without the camera is just some ajusshi sleeping in a restaurant. And I think this is the moment that he realizes it too.

javabeans: It’s funny that this was their big reward, which makes it impossible for them to go back because they’re supposed to want to leave — it’s built into the thing itself. But here they are, not enjoying it, so all they can do is ignore the boys’ calls and insist they’re fine.

girlfriday: Ji-won and Seung-gi don’t make it easy for them, and keep insisting they go home like they’re supposed to. Ho-dong looks like he might cry. Na PD finally steps in and explains that he really meant it when he said they could go home, but seeing them now, he knows that it’s best when all six of them are together. So he takes care to use the word REQUEST and issues a formal request for Ho-dong and Su-geun to return. Such a genius quick read of the situation by Na PD.

javabeans: And to keep them from overthinking it, the guys only give him five seconds to decide, counting down, so Ho-dong has to blurt out his answer right away.

girlfriday: Ho-dong: “Well if you’re REQUESTING, then we will accept!” And then he makes a personal aside to Na PD, thanking him for the formal request, so that he can save face. This intricate dance of egos and saving face is so funny to watch, because on the one hand, they’re doing it for the cameras, but on the other hand, it’s still totally real. If nobody asked him to return, he wouldn’t be able to, because his pride wouldn’t have allowed it, despite desperately WANTING TO.

javabeans: I love that. It’s such a perfect example of the whole che-myeon aspect of Korean dealmaking, saving face, and (as we’ve mentioned before), doing things to restore the proper balance of this world. The show’s balance has been knocked askew, so you need to right the dynamic otherwise things continue to feel *wrong.* And even though Na PD words his statement as a favor, everybody in the room knows he’s purposely giving Ho-dong and Su-geun an easy out — but it doesn’t matter, the transparency of the mechanism, as long as it’s working.

girlfriday: Yeah, it’s a classic Korean social contract that works because everyone plays along. It’s funny because on the one hand, the mat-hyung is usually in the position of power, but he also has to save the most face, as it were, so in this specific instance, he’s at the mercy of the others. Life’s funny that way. Ho-dong finally gets to close the segment with one of his trademark breathless run-ons, and collapses in happiness. The boys note how much he must’ve been dying to do this, all day. Ho-dong: “I know it now. The camera is like air to me.”

javabeans: All of a sudden he’s vitalized, and the support staffers are laughing in relief and amusement as he goes around welcoming everything.

girlfriday: They come back to the fold and have some down time while Jong-min passes out his new CD.

javabeans: Isn’t it hysterical how Ho-dong and Su-geun sing his song like old grandpas? I’m just thinking to myself that it’s something my grandpa would hum at a temple when Seung-gi starts bowing in response. HAHA. But I’m glad Jong-min gets a few moments of the spotlight, because he seems so sweetly earnest about his song — I know it’s all part of the promotional machine, but he was so bashful when Ho-dong praised his song in the last episode, and now he’s the same way. He sings a few bars live, and he’s pretty good, which makes me feel even worse for the mocking he gets, like when he got passed over for karaoke for Tae-woong. (Although I’m not sorry we got the awesome Seung-gi/Tae-woong love ballad!)

girlfriday: Then they all get to sleep indoors together. Aw, Na PD, you big ol’ softie.

javabeans: I know, he doesn’t even bother making up a game for that or anything! Maybe he figures they’ve been through enough.

girlfriday: In the morning they do a blind smell test, and the three winners who can guess the most dishes get to eat ‘em. The game itself isn’t very exciting, but the boys do look adorable with their bear and bunny masks on. Ji-won of course makes things interesting by trying to cheat his way into a taste test, but no dice.

javabeans: And Ho-dong is led in like the Godfather, HA. Or maybe a decrepit old monk. Results are revealed and first place is Seung-gi, then Su-geun. Problem is deciding third. (I love how Na PD reads Jong-min’s answers — he was last to do the sniff test and had the least time to write down his answers, so he wrote in a blind panic: “Kimchi, bracken, bracken, sesame leaf, beef, beef, apple, bracken, beef, pepper.” Hee.)

girlfriday: To Na PD’s chagrin, there’s a four-way tie for third place, so whadduya gonna do? Everybody eats!

javabeans: Ji-won: “This is the first time I haven’t gone hungry the whole trip through.” We’ll see if that luck holds: Next week, the actresses arrive!

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60 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. ricky the royal highness

    Am I, the Royal Highness, the FIRST?
    Whoa..

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    • 1.1 omo_omo

      but of course sire… you are the first your royal highness ;)

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  2. YBisTOP

    What is this show about?

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    • 2.1 Ani

      Here, I went and googled it for you to save you the trouble. I hope you’re ok with wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1_Night_2_Days

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      • 2.1.1 YBisTOP

        Thank you very much. I didn’t get the point of the movie/show until you give me the link. Where do I watch this show with english sub at? I can’t find it.

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        • 2.1.1.1 ikhh307

          http://1n2dfansubs.wordpress.com/

          you can go to this site. it has all the episodes from kbsworld but of course for the recently aired you have to wait for about 2-3 weeks for the subbed one ;(

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      • 2.1.2 malia

        Haha. I don’t know if you meant that sarcastically or not, but that gave me a good laugh.

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        • 2.1.2.1 Julianna

          hehehehe…I doubt that the cast knows what it’s about either, except for the fact that they have to suffer in every episode. XP

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  3. ricky the royal highness

    Omona sesangae!
    I am FIRST!
    Mahaha ha ha ha..

    Awesome recap, as usual.
    I LMAO especially at the weenie humor.

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  4. zank

    can’t wait for the next eps..it must be so interesting to watch those beauties and the what-should -i call them.

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  5. aceyyy

    yay! i was waiting for this, if only that meant the actress writeup would be next in line! thank you so much ^^

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  6. danna

    I just started watching the actress special right now…is it just me or is Na PD acting really different???…LOL

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    • 6.1 cheekie

      LOL I know, he even cut his hair!

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      • 6.1.1 aceyyy

        hahhaha i love seunggi’s comments about the staff in the actress special

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    • 6.2 momosan

      Oh, it isn’t just you! Na PD was cracking me up.

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  7. cheekie

    Thank you so much, I’ve been refreshing for the last 3 hours to read this. I just can’t get enough dosage of this show. I was on the edge of my seat rooting for the Scary team but was happy to see how everything turn out. LOL at SeungGi and his pepper.

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  8. Arhazivory

    Yes! Thanks! :D

    *runs off to read*

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    • 8.1 Arhazivory

      *sighs* I’m happy now. Great recap as usual guys. :D

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  9. Chocolatetree

    I’m really starting to love 1N2D because of you two, Javabeans and Girlfriday…

    I really look forward to these recaps, so much that it makes me squeal in glee when I see it out.

    YAY!!! Thank You!!! :)

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  10. 10 rumba lumba

    just watched the actress special today.

    good lord, Kim Haneul is freakin’ hot.

    and LOL at Kim Soo Mi. when it was time to pick which 1N2D member they wanna pair with, Kim Soo Mi told Seo Woo, “Seunggi is mine.” ROFL.

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  11. 11 Rubysing

    For me and my friends, the B-E-S-T episode of 2d1n was the Global Special where Na PD showed he has a heart and the actors kind of took back all the things they said about his meanness.. That was a heart-tugging episode when families of the foreign workers were flown in secretly to Seoul to be reunited with them. A must-watch indeed.

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  12. 12 Doggie

    Men and their pride!! Ha ha ha!

    Thank you for this recap! I enjoyed it.

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  13. 13 eidyei

    hahah! this show really makes my day.. I can totally imagine the show just by reading the recaps.. I love the natural humor of everyone..

    I wanna laugh out loud but, I can’t coz I’m in the office right now…

    hahaha!

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  14. 14 ohemgee

    WAHOO! is it sunday ALREADY?!! yay for sunday funday thanks to your fabulous recaps of 1N2D!

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  15. 15 strawberryfieldsforever

    yay for some jong min time in the recap! haha!

    2D1N is <3

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  16. 16 nastylla

    looking forward for the recap in the actress special

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  17. 17 laya

    Omo, LOL! Oh, poor Seung-gi!

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  18. 18 hmmm

    I watched today’s 1n2d actress special and it was HILARIOUS + bombdiggity + brilliant !!!!!!ahhh can’t get enough of it. planning to watch it again:) round 2, im ready ahahahhahah

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    • 18.1 rumba lumba

      i just wished Sugeun’s team found out about the clues later on. it just removes that surprise factor of solving for clues. meh.

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  19. 19 Ace

    I’ve started to watch 1N2D from when Seung-gi first came on…so hilarious!

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  20. 20 ilog

    Can’t wait for next week’s recap! From what I’ve seen in the trailer, it looks great! It’s sad that I have to wait for a month before I watch this subbed so I’m relying on you people here!

    And lol at Seung-gi’s expression when he ate the peppers. It’s like his world was ending or something. Haha.

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  21. 21 Alvina

    Eun Ji Won is Boss.

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    • 21.1 Ani

      The Choding is epicness personified. I wonder if his love for UFO has anything to do with living in the US his high school years. XD

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      • 21.1.1 Ani

        Oh man, I replied without realizing it was you Alvina. HAHAHA. I love that there’s someone out there who enjoys Eun Ji Won’s awesomeness besides me.

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        • 21.1.1.1 L

          & me
          He’s 1/2 of the reason why I watch this show LOL

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          • 21.1.1.1.1 Alvina

            ^this! His antics are super amusing.

            @Ani- Heck yes! It’s no surprise though; I tend to agree with a lot that you say “variety show buddy”. :D

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          • 21.1.1.1.2 Ani

            Alvina, part of me hopes you’re an Unnie so I can call you that in my head, but in a non-creepy way of course (seems like it’s the thing to do around here on Dramabeans HAHAHA). But yes, “variety show buddy” indeed. XD

            L – I guess three Eun Ji Won fans should be more than enough now to make an official fanclub. . . Heh, now I’m taking this too far. HAHAHA. ^_~

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          • 21.1.1.1.3 entertained

            jiwon has always been great, but after the loss of mc mong, he’s really upping his game to new levels of awesomeness.

            i think the pds have to consider jiwon’s genius when setting up missions and stuff. if they can predict how he can predict the episode’s set-up and adjust accordingly, that would be awesome.

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  22. 22 ...

    anyone know what song it is that is played when they cross the bridge? really like it… thanks!

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  23. 23 Mish

    I love how even without the super high stakes challenges those boys can still find a way to make each episode fun. I also can’t wait until the episode with all the actresses, I really want Na PD’s evil genius to show itself once again ^.^

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  24. 24 karz

    I heard the actresses special got more than 40% rating?

    And yeeess! Hodong needs camera like he needs air xDD

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  25. 25 Narahannah

    I saw the Actress Special yesterday on KBS World, but without the subtitles. Damn.. will wait for your review next week.

    BTW, I found that Choi Ji Woo is so fun to watch yesterday.. she’s not trying to act cute, elegant watsoever… SHE’S THE BEST!

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    • 25.1 aceyyy

      i was surprised at how refreshingly cute she was. and how defenseless lee hye-young was against it

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  26. 26 Wonny

    a killer episode..keke…the next was also a fun episode …cannot wait for the sub to come out…can’t there be some subbing team thats willing to make the subs…since its an epic episode..ones that break the 1n2d tradition, they have one heck of a rival nowadays tho, 1n2d would rise back to the top in winter I think, lol..:)))

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  27. 27 Hipployta

    OFF TOPIC!!!

    Did y’all see the new Uhm Jung Hwa and Tae Woong commercial? The BTS/Interview for it a few weeks ago was adorable but here’s the commercial on her FB fan page:
    https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150193241828962

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    • 27.1 asianromance

      so cute!!!

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  28. 28 Nhu

    I love how the meta-ness of this show at every turn!

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  29. 29 malta

    Love them all. They are so awesome and funny!

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  30. 30 asianromance

    YAY for everyone getting to eat!!

    “I love that strange ubiquitous thing with Korean BBQ restaurants all named Such-and-such Garden. ” —> omg that’s so true!

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  31. 31 gala

    lol, the first screencap looks like KHD is doing the YooHyuk [MC Yoo's nickie in Running Man] dance pose. heh.

    im gonna watch the actress special just cause im curious. but this show’s not the same show i loved way back when mong and kim c are in it. but of course, that’s just me being the devil’s advocate.

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  32. 32 zashi

    I’m looking forward to the actresses episode. I hope it will be super funny.

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  33. 33 Marinella

    Hey guys can you give me a link wherein the gang went into the shower? That was episode 59 i think (June 22, 2008). When i watched it in the internet the shower scene was not included! I was searching for hours but up to now i still did not saw the shower scene. The reason why I want to see the shower scene on Episode 59 of 1N2D is because of my Lee Seung Gi. <3 They said he was topless on that shower scene. Gimme Gimme the link! :)
    Thank you and godbless you all!

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  34. 34 guen

    @marinella: he he he he..they won’t show topless all you can see is from a little bit shoulder to head…when it’s seunggi you won’t see him doing that…unless its his concert…

    …javabeans & girlfriday….AWESOME…
    good job guys…

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  35. 35 guen

    @marinelle: he he he he seung gi don’t do it on the show maybe in his concert….

    …girlfriday & javabeans…AWESOME….
    good job….well done….luv it..

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  36. 36 blackie

    I came across this website accidentally while I was looking for information on 1D2N’s actress lineup special.

    Just want to let you guys know that I TOTALLY enjoy your commentation on the show. I am definitely learning some additional details about the show that I never notice before (because I don’t understand Korean and depends only on subs).

    Please keep up the good job! Fighting!

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  37. 37 Marinella

    @Guen
    Oh. But I read on some websites that Lee Seung Gi showed his upper body on cam during the shower scene on Episode 59…… Oh well. BUT I HOPE SOMEONE WILL POST A LINK! :)

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  38. 38 guen

    @Marinella
    i see …. check this episode 102-103 on 1n2dfansubs.wordpress.com if this is the episode they are talking about…also ep 138…
    i hope this helps….ke ke ke ke…

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  39. 39 guen

    @Marinella: not episode 138 first episode of park chan ho….
    ep 87-88…..ke ke ke ke ke

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  40. 40 Jen

    Although the show is at its best with all six members together (or battling each other), I think that without Sugeun and Hodong it was even more obvious how little Jongmin contributes to the show (which makes me sad, because I do like him). Taewoong is still new so he gets a pass for not having to carry too much, but he still managed to be more compelling than Jongmin in this episode. On the other hand, Seunggi and Jiwon were still great. While it’s a completely useless comment- were MC Mong, or even Kim C still around the lack of Hodong and Sugeun’s presence wouldn’t have been so noticeable.

    Anyway, this show is still a giant bromantic hug every week, which is why I’m addicted.

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  41. 41 sam

    Hi, I would really love to download or watch the english subbed video of this episode or just the clip where seung gi was choking on the pepper.

    Please please? He looks like he’s really dying hahahah. thanks for the recaps!!

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