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1 Night 2 Days: Episode 405
by | September 29, 2012 | 56 Comments

EPISODE 405. Broadcast on September 23, 2012.

girlfriday: We open straightaway with dinner bokbulbok, and now I’m just hungry.

javabeans: The problem with starting right with dinner is that I totally have no idea what episode we’re in. I’ve already forgotten what happened last week. Context!

girlfriday: Yeah I’m trying to remember…

javabeans: …without cheating….

girlfriday: Was it the flag thing?

javabeans: OH right, the episode that made me cranky. Now it’s all coming back to me.

girlfriday: Good times.

javabeans: We need sarcastic font. What’s a sarcastic font? Something that says sneering and judgmental. The one most likely to hit Comic Sans MS upside the head.

girlfriday: And send it crying to its sans serif mother.

javabeans: Does that make Arial mom, and Times New Roman Dad?

girlfriday: If someone gave us a sarcastic font, don’t you think it’d become the default, and therefore not sarcastic anymore?

javabeans: Oh god, now you’re getting existential about our fantasy font.

girlfriday: You’re the one who gave it parents.

javabeans: You did first! My Comic Sans MS was an orphan, growing up at the circus.

girlfriday: Like every good k-drama hero?

javabeans: Let’s say heroine, since I more often want to slap them upside the heads. The hero is obviously Helvetica, bold and straight.

girlfriday: I think we need a tangent button more than a sarcastic font.

javabeans: More likely than not, it’d inspire tangents. Annnnnnnyway. Um. Back to dinner. There is, I kid you not, a dragon made out of pickled radish on the table. Is that for funsies, or is it mocking?

girlfriday: Both.

javabeans: And already we’re back to the same font conflict. WHERE IS THE SINCERITY.

girlfriday: It died with the hipster generation.

javabeans: Damn you hipsters, with your terrible beer and your awesome music!

girlfriday: So aside from the radish dragon, the dinner theme is mushrooms. There’s even those little cookie mushrooms for dessert. Cute. They wonder what the game is, and Su-geun says you never know — the PDs could be lazy and just let them eat. Yeah, that’ll be the day.

javabeans: Bird PD divides them into teams for the banchan battle by their seating arrangement. So now the teams are: Seung-woo, Jong-min, Shi-kyung, and Tae-hyun vs. Su-geun, Joo-won, and Tae-woong.

girlfriday: Tae-hyun looks over at Joo-won: “This time there’s no getting mad if we take the good ones!” Hee.

javabeans: Shouldn’t he be telling that to his teammate Shi-kyung? I remember the last time these were the teams, it was Su-geun’s team that won. Remember the floating pool chairs and cocktails?

girlfriday: Oh right.

javabeans: Before they start, the two teams have this cute round of name-calling, basically calling themselves smart and the others dumb. Su-geun leads his team in calling the others “Dummy team!” and then corrects Joo-won for using a (soft) swear word. Seung-woo’s all, “He called me WHAT?”

girlfriday: Did he just call them NOM?

javabeans: The maknae totally called all his sunbaes nom. Basically, instead of saying “dummy” it turns it into…. something more like “dumbass.”

girlfriday: It’s adorable ‘cause it just comes out, and then he hides behind Su-geun, while Seung-woo and Tae-hyun raise their cushions threateningly.

javabeans: Tae-woong’s team is the first to lose a dish. Shi-kyung takes a plate while his team dances and hums a tune.

girlfriday: I’m getting a kick out of Tae-hyun today. Does he just really like mushrooms, or is he in a dancing mood?

javabeans: Tae-woong’s team keeps losing, and Seung-woo’s team is holding steady. They take their second dish away. For some inexplicable reason, they choose to hum “Fur Elise” as their victory song. Who knows why?

girlfriday: It’s even weirder that they’re dancing to it. They just keep winning dish after dish.

javabeans: They move on to a second game, which is the addition game. When they line up so the teams can face off, Seung-woo pulls Tae-hyun back, scoffing at his confidence to stand near the front. As in, Get your math-challenged butt back here!

girlfriday: This game is hilarious because it’s way more embarrassing than the multiplication game.

javabeans: Totally! This game is designed for multiplication tables, so ostensibly those numbers are in your head since childhood. With adding, you have to think, and also battle your pride. You can totally see their panic on their faces, Oh-shit-what’s-eight-plus-five?

girlfriday: And I really don’t want to look like a dumbass failing at math that my son could do.

javabeans: After the fact, Jong-min raises the complaint that the other side messed up and kept going. Su-geun’s team counters that they answered properly, and they wonder if Jong-min messed up or the other team answered wrong.

girlfriday: I love that Shi-kyung asks Jong-min if it wasn’t just his bad pronunciation.

javabeans: So they roll back the cameras to verify, with an additional punishment dish on the line. And…. Jong-min was wrong. HA.

girlfriday: Tae-hyun knocks him upside the head, “That was the most you’ve enunciated ever on 1N2D!”

javabeans: Now Tae-hyun needs sarcastic font. They’re all, wow, you chose THAT moment to have perfect enunciation! Joo-won is sent to take back two dishes, and his team hums Pomp and Circumstance. These songs, I swear. Whatever happened to We Are the Champions?

girlfriday: This time they get Joo-won right away. Apparently 7 + 8 is everybody’s kryptonite? HAHA, Su-geun mumbles, “Well, he saved the country and stuff, so what if he’s a little bad at math?”

javabeans: In the next round, winner gets to claim two dishes.

girlfriday: I love that everyone’s desperate to play a different game, but the PDs just love it and keep the addition game going as long as possible.

javabeans: Tae-woong keeps losing the introductory rock-scissors-paper round, so Su-geun pushes him aside, all, Let me handle this. Then Su-geun loses and Tae-woong asks pointedly, “Oh, did you win then?” Hee. They resume, and the adding rally goes on for a while… until Seung-woo messes up by just walking away. He got his math right, but messed up the order! He’s so pleased he got the question right that he forgot the rest of the game.

girlfriday: It’s their collective math terror that makes this game so amusing.

javabeans: Seung-woo’s starting to get feisty about how he doesn’t wanna play anymore. The rest of the boys are all trembling, “I’m scared!” And then Jong-min gets out on…. two plus three. (Jong-min: “Three!”) I’m kinda in love with how much Tae-hyun is giggle-fitting over there.

girlfriday: He’s actually rolling around on the floor. Hee.

javabeans: They begin the final round with three dishes on the line. Except… this round is MULTIPLICATION. Ack! Aside from just being hard, their brain wires are all gonna cross after all the adding.

girlfriday: Tae-hyun is first up against Tae-woong, and warns the crew to shoot this well because it’ll be over in a few seconds. Sure enough, Tae-woong flubs on the first question. Aw.

javabeans: The best thing is, it’s 8 times 6 and he answers 18, which is neither addition nor multiplication, or any other type of mathical answer. OMG, Tae-woong throws a fit. He’s so embarrassed, he bursts out, “I’m really sorry, but can we please just cut this out? Let’s get rid of this!” His face is all red. The best part is, he’s totally serious, he really is begging the show to cut this out.

girlfriday: Aw, poor math-challenged buddy. He really needs to embrace the character, in a Jong-min way. Otherwise he’s just going to start getting depressed every time they play a game… which is pretty much every other minute. Plus, as soon as he asks for the edit, the PDs cut in a reel of the moment on endless repeat.

javabeans: Oh man, and then they ask for another final round, for a chance at FIVE dishes. Basically they’re turning this into an all-or-nothing dinner. They want a different game but the producers don’t have one, so they settle on addition again but taking out the “elite” brains (ha, Shi-kyung and Su-geun) and making this two on two. The remaining players are all nervous, trying to cram and asking for a slower pace. This is so funny.

girlfriday: They manage to get through a few turns, but Joo-won flubs on giving a question, so his team loses five more dishes. That basically means they’re starving tonight, yeah?

javabeans: They’ve got like one side dish and one pot of rice. It’s enough to keep Joo-won from crying, at least. Su-geun wanders over quietly, trying to steal a spoonful, and is denied. He comes back to his seat and reaches for the last piece of food at the same moment that Joo-won does. Joo-won gets it first and Su-geun notes, “You’re eating well tonight” which is like elder code for “Hand it over, kiddo.” Joo-won either doesn’t notice or (more likely) pretends not to notice. CHOMP.

girlfriday: Haha, he’s having a rather rebellious evening.

javabeans: Is Su-geun actually getting peevish? He keeps asking the winning team for their leftovers and to name the price. What game do they want? But they ignore him, to his aggravation. Which makes sense, since he’s always the first one to suggest games so the losers can play for food.

girlfriday: Su-geun turns to Tae-woong to call him out, “8 x 6 = 18 is eating well too!” Heh.

javabeans: Seung-woo puts beans on a plate to send over to the losers, and Tae-hyun eats a few to reduce the count: “Make them share it.” He sends over TWO, haha, so there’s no even splitting. And then Su-geun just eats the whole thing anyway.

girlfriday: After dinner they rest and the PDs hand out presents from Seung-woo’s partner in the gyopo special. Ooh, it’s coffee. And then for some reason they voluntarily play more rounds of the addition game, but with some violence thrown in for fun.

javabeans: Is this the pride thing, where they must defeat the game and go out on a high note?

girlfriday: That’s dreaming big. Ha, and then Su-geun suggests a version of the game where you just take the two numbers as syllables and make up words.

javabeans: How is that easier? He just wants a version where he’s good at it, ha. ‘Cause this is clearly his wheelhouse, making nonsense stories.

girlfriday: It’s what I would do. How can I turn this math game into a word game?

javabeans: Turns out the others are just as funny. Tae-hyun strings his into a long verse, and Shi-kyung comes up with a lament on his bygone youth. It’s cute. Omg, and then Tae-hyun comes up with the brilliant verse with the numbers 79—up against Shi-kyung, no less—that 1979 buddies should be good friends, so what’s wrong with you two?

girlfriday: LOL. That one slays the whole room.

javabeans: I replayed it a half-dozen times to watch everybody’s reaction individually.

girlfriday: The PD tells them cryptically to go rest in the other room, and Su-geun’s up and running right away, realizing that some new game is afoot. They run into the bedroom, with a fire going underneath.

javabeans: He gives them mere seconds to arrange themselves in the small heated room, in “a comfortable position”… then tells them to freeze. The game has now begun. The last two to remain unmoving get to sleep inside, and the rest sleep outdoors. Tae-woong complains of needing to scratch his forehead, and Su-geun points out that now they’ll want to scratch even when they weren’t previously itchy.

girlfriday: And then… they make the fire hotter. Dude.

javabeans: I love how Seung-woo, who looks so comfortable, is now analyzing his every choice: Why didn’t I stretch my left leg out? Why did I rest my hand here? Argh! Finally Jong-min, who is in the hottest place above the fire, can’t take it and gets up. Everyone calls to him to scratch their itches for them before he leaves. Then a moth enters the room and gets both Shi-kyung and Seung-woo moving. Seung-woo decides to direct it toward Joo-won—who is manfully bearing through the trauma with closed eyes. Haha. Then he tries blowing it away and has his hands clenched in a death grip, trying to endure.

girlfriday: Will the moth be everyone’s downfall? I’m surprised it scared Shi-kyung and Seung-woo into moving, though it’s smart of them to aim it at the bug-scaredy.

javabeans: Joo-won looks like he’s being hunted in a horror movie. He wails, “It’s on my foot! I really really hate this!” Then he pep-talks himself, yelling, “Joo-won-ah! You’re okay! You’re okay!” This is hilarious. Rewind, replay.

girlfriday: OMG, he’s freaking out. Hee! I think he might cry.

javabeans: I think he might pee himself. He turns his head to blow the moth away and gets called out, and jumps up away from it. With three people left, the PDs really turn up the heat (literally), and the guys grit through the pain. Finally Tae-woong gives up, and Bird PD asks why he stuck through it, and he retorts, “I wanted to win SOMETHING!” Awww.

girlfriday: So Su-geun and Tae-hyun get to sleep indoors, which is especially desirable now that it’s raining. The next round will determine two more winners, who at least get to sleep under a roof. Wait… so the three remaining guys have to sleep in the rain? That’s mean. The game is still a freeze game, but this time they each pick a sports-themed card and then have to hold whatever position is pictured.

javabeans: The poses are hard enough, but they also have to do them with props. Shi-kyung, for instance, has to hold onto a bowling ball while in position, and Joo-won has to keep one foot in the air while posing like a gymnast. Seung-woo seems like an easy win—golf club— but the ones requiring balance seem pretty iffy.

girlfriday: They start, and Joo-won is the first to start wavering… and to keep his balance, he starts inching closer and closer to Jong-min… Uh, is his foot headed where I think it is?

javabeans: LOL, thankfully for Jong-min, Joo-won loses his balance before he can shove Jong-min off-balance too. They’re still the first two out, and Shi-kyung lasts surprisingly long with that heavy bowling ball, though I guess he’s got the strength for that. In the end it’s Tae-woong and Seung-woo who win sleeping rights under the roof. And the three losers are given cardboard boxes to keep out the rain. Hahaha.

girlfriday: Boxes? Shouldn’t they get plastic or something?

javabeans: They SHOULD. There’s no morning mission, but that doesn’t mean there’s no catch. The boys are delivered their breakfast tables, and only given the duration of the morning song to eat. So they groggily get up in the morning and start shoveling the food in while they’re still half-asleep. Ha, and then for the last chorus, the slow ballad song speeds up into chipmunk voices, and the boys start eating faster.

girlfriday: I love that it’s just instinct to follow the music tempo, because they’re not told to do so. Tae-hyun and Su-geun spend half the time laughing at the situation, even as they’re stuffing their faces. Bird PD tells them they’re doing another go-home-early game, and Tae-woong whines that they never do the leisurely tour and group sign-off anymore, and Bird PD suggests that he can stay behind then.

javabeans: Chances are he’ll be last to go anyway, with the way he easily gets out in the koong-koong-ta word game.

girlfriday: Yup, he loses, which means he’s “It” in the real game, a version of Red Light Green Light. It’s like a freeze game special on this trip. Tae-woong gets a bullhorn and a phrase, while the others are given an obstacle course to pass through. They can only move while he’s talking.

javabeans: I think Tae-woong really likes being in charge. He’s like on a mini power trip, calling people out with glee. Hee. Also, this is the slowest race ever.

girlfriday: It’s a pretty hilarious obstacle course, starting out with ajumma flower pants.

javabeans: And then to make it more hilarious, the boys start sabotaging each other on the race course, grabbing each other (and freezing) or pantsing each other (and freezing).

girlfriday: And Tae-woong has every reason to call them out and keep them here longer, because he’s the last to go anyway.

javabeans: Su-geun goes around messing with the guys, which makes him the object of (a very slow) revenge. Jong-min raises a hurdle between his legs during one freeze position, and then the others all drag him back in turn. He actually manages his way to the front of the pack anyway, and gets to the drinking station… and spews it all over the ground.

girlfriday: Oh noes! After all that, it’s salt water? I love that Su-geun was suspicious enough to sniff it before drinking, but the captions neener-neener: “You can’t smell salt.”

javabeans: Joo-won’s next at the drinks, and despite being extra wary he has to spit his out too, and goes back to Start. Shi-kyung gets water, while Jong-min stands frozen with water dribbling down his chin, ‘cause he got salt.

girlfriday: Haha. His reaction is so cute: “They put salt in it!” Hence the salt-water?

javabeans: Shi-kyung gets all the way to the last stretch before being sent back to start. Su-geun speeds over to the water station again… and has to do another spit-take. I love that Seung-woo’s now in front and he tells Tae-woong to let him go home, and Tae-woong’s all like, “Sure hyung, you should go rest up,” and gives him a nice long chance to dart to freedom. At the end, Seung-woo shouts, “Tae-woong, I’ll call you!” and Tae-woong says cheerily, “Okay!” And then Tae-woong returns to his hardass ringmaster routine with the others.

girlfriday: Times when it’s good to be the mat-hyung.

javabeans: Shi-kyung gets out in the final stretch again, and does the Charlie Brown walk back. You know, head on chest, all glum.

girlfriday: He does make a perfect Charlie Brown.

javabeans: Fiiiiiiiinally, four guys finish the game, so Tae-woong, Shi-kyung, and Joo-won are stuck behind. They’re made up with lipstick to resemble scarecrows, and sent out into the field with their arms held up with bamboo poles. This… is both creative and mean.

girlfriday: It looks so painful. Wouldn’t your arms give out after like twenty minutes, tops? And then a giant busload of tourists unloads right in front of them. Ha.

javabeans: Like, hundreds of ‘em. I think the worst thing is that it’s so boring. It’s less work than harvesting food, for instance, but at least there you’re doing something to pass the time.

girlfriday: I think they’re scaring the children too. A little girl seems really wigged out by the moving scarecrows.

javabeans: After an hour, they play rock-scissors-paper, and Shi-kyung gets to go home. He hears it’s Joo-won’s mother’s birthday though, and stops to reconsider. “Could I? Staying behind in his place… is something I can’t do. Bye!”

girlfriday: And then skips away. Ha.

javabeans: Tae-woong and Joo-won are given a capture the flag mission for the next game, and Tae-woong complains—Joo-won’s the fastest, Joo-won’s the most predisposed to win, can’t they do a game that’s more fair? He picks addition as his preferred game. First round: Tae-woong goes, “9 + 5 = 4!”

girlfriday: HAHA. Cut to a race, as originally planned. It cracks me up that there’s no explanation, just straight to running. Joo-won wins, of course, and horse-dances away, leaving Tae-woong behind.

javabeans: Hahaha. They say suffering builds character… but can a person ever have too much character? ‘Cause I’m not sure “Handling frequent and outlandish humiliation” is something we need so much practice at.

 
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56 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. Hallyusurfer

    Thanks for the recap

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  2. Eye Candy

    Thanks for the recap! I have to admit I have never actually watched the show because I just feel like it won’t be the same without girlfriday and javabean’s commentary!

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  3. JD

    Poor Tae woong hahaha, I luff him so much

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    • 3.1 mud

      I luff him too! He’s such a champ.

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      • 3.1.1 Yaya

        I really dislike him!

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  4. Minnetter (aka: Min)

    fun :) thanks JB and GF for your wonderful recaps

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  5. Ann

    I wish they would repeat the Kleenex blowing game so Tae Woong could win something!

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  6. crazedlu

    Dude. I miss watching. And laughing. Ha. ~

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  7. maria

    woooot yaaay for recap, i was seriously itching for it.. i think i’m still in gaksital withdrawal. cut to me, screaming HELLSYEAH HE DID when su geun said joowon saved the nation. hehehehe :D

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  8. Miss rain ENgineer :P

    Thankks for the recaps offf to read :)

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  9. katiamon

    Haha!!! so funny, i can’t wait to watch the sub video, these guys crack me up. thank you for the hilarious comments girls! :)
    ps: i love them all, but specially TW and JW!!!

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  10. 10 Noelle

    Aww Joo Won don’t feel bad I’m also deathly afraid of moths.

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    • 10.1 Gg

      Haha basically Joo won is afraid of every bug that has wings and can fly

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      • 10.1.1 JoowonLover;P

        Dude, so am I. Hate all reptiles and flying things. lol

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  11. 11 red

    oooh Tae Woong I love you

    Thank you so much for the recap!

    And a big shout out to birthday boy Joo Won!, so adorable I still can’t believe the scaredy cat went bungy jumping.

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  12. 12 wowow

    Oh yeah happy birthday joo won!!! :D

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  13. 13 Bri

    I feel sooooo sorry for Taewoong but it’s hilarious that he keeps losing! Gotta love him. :D

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  14. 14 Arhasivory

    This show would never work with western stars. Ha….so much suffering.

    Thanks for the recap ladieS~!

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  15. 15 DaDa

    I really need to start watching this.

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  16. 16 Sintia

    Thank you for recap!
    It was hilarious episode specially the last game.
    Happy birthday, Joo Won-ah! Love you! :-)

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  17. 17 DeathBerry

    I almost peed myself WATCHING Joo Won freak out over the moth. How much cuter can he get?

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  18. 18 Musings

    HEEEEE. Joowon <3 Thanks GF and JB!

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  19. 19 Ariel

    I just love how Jowon described 1N2D as a stress buster during his turn as Gaksital. I think this show is helping each of them in ways that they are not even aware of. Better comic timing, adlibs and ruined characters that just makes them more lovable with each episode. I almost forgot our lament on the end of Season 1 but here is Season 2 different flavor but same awesomeness.

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  20. 20 redfox

    I promised I wouldnt laugh too loud when I watched this. No use. Sorry guys. Although I do feel for you, it is too funny. I rejoice at your sufferings.

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  21. 21 Musings

    Here’s a cut of Joowon’s hysterics for the interested folk!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=8Uz2I-uQlpk&feature=endscreen

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    • 21.1 redfox

      LOl I can´t believe this is Gaksital. His Hyung would have given him a lecture of a Real Mans´ Behaviour.

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  22. 22 Jess

    From this episode onwards, I wonder if the boys actually practice addition and multiplication in their free time. I can imagine those with young kids going:

    Kid: Dad! Test me on my multiplication tables.

    Dad: Hmmm… Why don’t you test me on my math instead?

    Lol.

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  23. 23 Titi

    I remember when was probably Taewoong’s last time to win spectacularly… That was his second episode in 1N2D.
    Everyone didn’t know him much back then, and were still in ‘admiring phase’ of the new charismatic handsome newcomer.
    It was a teddy bear-delivering race over the mountain (literally) and really played Taewoong’s forte I think, that is stamina. He ran and ran and ran throughout probably 20 kilometres and managed to beat everyone else.
    Sigh… Good old days for our handsome ajusshi.
    I really miss the times when he was somewhat in equal competence with other members, he seemed losing more and more confidence in games these days :(

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    • 23.1 MEalways

      But that’s allright, Titi.
      He is an awesome actor, and could play deep characters. He need to loose up a bit, which he does well at 2D1N. I tend to agree with Ariel, that this show somehow helps each member be more relaxing and, strangely, feels good about himself.

      I remember Shi-Kyung on several first episodes, so deadly serious to the point that he feared he made the show boring to watch.

      He changes a lot, especially after he won the ‘King of the Day’, ahahaha…. He was funny, grumpy, and very happy to get eat all the dishes.

      I praise all members that they try and do their best to entertain us, thus (I hope) entertain themselves. I just love that they dare to do silly thing and laugh AT themselves…

      I really appreciate them all and love them all, including the PD and the staff. They do their best to cheer us every weekend…

      I hope they know that their show is loved by even a stranger/foreigner.

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    • 23.2 Airyn

      I remember that game very well. Haha! Everyone just totally used Tae-woong’s innocence and sincerity against him, but they didn’t anticipate he’d have so much stamina and would just keep running. Oh, the look on Ji-won’s and Seung-gi’s faces when they realized just how determined Tae-woong was. And of course, Jong-min is no match for him, physically. Would’ve been a bit of a different story if it was Seung-gi who was the survivor from the YB Team; he could have at least gave Tae-woong a RUN for his teddy bear. ;)

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  24. 24 ck1Oz

    rofl :-)
    I suddenly realized. Weren’t there bugs during Gaksital? Cos’ they had so many outdoor scenes. Poor future Joo Won’s girlfriend- he will never bring you out at night for a romance bug free walk.

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    • 24.1 redfox

      and at his wedding if it should be on the beach, he´ll be the one with a veil

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    • 24.2 SS

      Did you watch the BTS of the last episode where he used his jacket to swat at some insect on Jin Se Yeon’s dress? He looked like he was killing a huge monster, and the best part was Jin Se Yeon looking like “What’s the problem?” I would have loved to see them spoof the scene where Gaksital cries out loud after he fails to kill that pesky insect and it come flying at him, only to have the diminutive Mok Dan swatting at it with her bare hands.

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  25. 25 mikan

    waaah.. For a second I was worried why Joo-won looks like crying..but I remember a Youtube clip of this episode.. aigoo, he’s still cute ^^.. I think I’m gonna wait for that episode to be shown in my country.. wuhuhu~

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  26. 26 Choa

    Ohhhhh poor TW,cute JW and funnnnny TH he laugh like a kid he is my fav after JW

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  27. 27 canxi

    Maaaaaan. I’m with Joo Won. I am SO AFRAID of moths. That sporadic flight pattern/movement. IT’S. SO. CREEPY.

    And hahaha, sarcastic font…I feel like it’d be a some kind of italic serif/comic sans hybrid. It would look both good & bad, so people wouldn’t know to take it seriously or not. Mwahahaha.

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  28. 28 mary

    I thought Joo Won lost this episode and finally broke down in baby tears. (Or perhaps UEE’s casting in Jeon Woo Chi was discussed.)

    Joo Won looks like he’s crying in the featured image. :D

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  29. 29 Janet

    I am watching Prince’ First Love right now, and it’s so funny to see CTH acting like a heart throb – I guess he was quite popular then. He was even playing the saxophone.

    Thinking how popular he was, I like him more for having married his longtime girl.

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  30. 30 wulan

    thx for the recap gals. will wait till it airs in kbsworld, they just air the beef episode where joo won pouted, ke ke he’s so adorable like a kid :)

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    • 30.1 foodluver88

      where are you watching the kbsworld videos?

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      • 30.1.1 enz

        in malaysia you get kbs world on cable tv. they are about two weeks behind – i CANNOT wait for this episode.

        sundays are incomplete for me now without 2d1n. yesterday i was watching by myself and laughed myself silly!

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        • 30.1.1.1 2d1n

          im from malaysia too..hehe..i laughing really hard watching this how..my stomach going to explode soon..hahaha..poor 2d1n member for being suffer too much..

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  31. 31 Enz

    Omg, I was laughing my head off reading this.. Thanks

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  32. 32 Ennayra

    Aww, somehow Tae woong has become my favorite, even though I’ve never even watched one of his dramas. There’s only so many times he can lose without me really rooting for him to win. Thanks for the recap :-)

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  33. 33 Noelle

    Ya know I think Tae Woong needs to invest in some math lessons. I know of a great program.

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  34. 34 Poshong1227

    Oh no! The neverending losing streak of Tae-woong’s continues, even in [spoiler]:

    tonight’s episode!

    How much more suffering can he take?? Breaks my heart to see him so dejected and all, hope he wins soon.

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  35. 35 muhloy

    poor joo won. his bug fear looks very serious….almost phobia territory.

    like when i try and go into a parking garage. i know it’s irrational, but sometimes it just makes me cry and want to puke at the thought of it. ugh..parking garages. gah!

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  36. 36 1N2D's editors, get it together!

    “The problem with starting right with dinner is that I totally have no idea what episode we’re in. I’ve already forgotten what happened last week. Context!”

    I noticed that on another episode, too. They’re not editing as well as they used to. :(

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    • 36.1 BBB

      I don’t think it’s the editing. They just need to show recap of the previous episode, which they did do for the other episodes except for this one.

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  37. 37 X5

    aww poor Taewoong, couldn’t quite catch a break. wonder when he’d get really lucky. can’t they lay off the math quizzes? oh right, even in that episode where he danced, that odd-man-out game him, Taehyun, and Seungwoo, that wasn’t math. pfft. Mr. Uhmlucky Guy.

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  38. 38 candy

    awwww poor baby Joo Wonnie!! sooooo cute nonetheless!! :))

    more bugs, hunger and sleeping deprivation please! mwahahahahaha! I’m becoming a sadist just to see more cute stuff from Joo Won! waaaaah!

    Thanks for another awesome recap jb and gf!!

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  39. 39 Airyn

    Cast members on this show tend to lose in spectacular streaks. I remember when Ji-won kept losing back in Season 1, that when he finally won indoor sleeping rights, he commented that it’s been MONTHS since he slept indoors. LOL

    The unlucky streak will end soon, Tae-woong oppa!

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    • 39.1 Akari

      Reminds me of Taehyun. He was so unlucky during the first few eps.

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  40. 40 Hanna

    Love the episode and recap. And love all these seven grown men who are funny and and sporting.

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  41. 41 Akari

    Poor Joo Won and his phobia of insects, though it provides for good entertainment. A moth is not even dangerous like a bee is.

    This episode seems hilarious. And doesn’t Taehyun simply have the most infectious laughter ever? Always love the Maths game, it’s simple but so much fun. I’m horrible at Maths too so it’s fun to see others suck at it as well. XD

    PS. Good job on the first part regarding fonts. Cracked me up.

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  42. 42 Amrutha

    Hi to d team of 2days 1night…im an Indian & an crazy fan of dis team.i luv watching des people enjoying wit eachother.i watch KBS without fail on sunday.i got to hang out wit dis program only from few couple of months, but luv u people.i always get scolding 4m my mom telling change it to our home channel since she cant understand but i read d translation & manage,hope i really meet u people in my future days ans god bless……
    sikyung, jongmin, taewoong, joo won,taehyun & seungwoo luv u al..

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