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1 Night 2 Days: Episode 437
by | May 11, 2013 | 81 Comments

EPISODE 437. Broadcast on May 5, 2013.

javabeans: Cool, we start out this episode at home—Tae-woong’s home, that is to say. I like when we get to see inside their lives, even if it’s just briefly. There’s a dog lazing around (of course) and his wife (who still calls him oppa) is watching him pack for his trip. Wife: “Do you know how to fold that parka flat?” Tae-woong: “I can just crumple in it there.” Boys.

girlfriday: And then we hear her groooooaaaan when he takes out an old vest that she hates. Ha. This is cute. He ignores her fashion advice and tries to get the puppy’s attention, and the puppy ignores him. Karma?

javabeans: I guess there are no VJs here, which probably adds to the cute factor. It looks like each guy has a camera that a friend or relative is shooting themselves.

girlfriday: Whoa, Hae-jin has a messy kitchen. Also, why are you packing in the kitchen?

javabeans: Jong-min goofs off with his camera, staging these “candid” moments with his manager to either look cool or pull a gag. I legit can’t tell which.

girlfriday: And then Joo-won says that he’s invited a friend along on this trip, which is so… attempting to be random and spontaneous but totally not. But we’ll get to that reveal later I guess.

javabeans: Ohhh right, I heard about this. Anyway, Tae-hyun’s kids are freaking adorable. His daughter is this silent ball of cuteness, and his son is this whirlwind of gabbiness, just like him. I love Tae-hyun just on his own, but can you imagine how cool he would be as your dad?

girlfriday: He’s SO CUTE with his kids. I can’t stand it.

javabeans: He’s so cool, in the way that he doesn’t try to be cool. Not trendy or fashionable or hip, just awesome and natural and cool. Not just with his kids, either, which explains the universal adoration. Okay, the boys show up at the train station and Joo-won links arms with Tae-woong and Shi-kyung and skips his way across the floor. They’ve all packed like they’re gonna backpack through Europe for months or something.

girlfriday: They say goodbye to their managers and stylists because they’re on their own this weekend, so I guess the backpacking was literal. New PD hands them train tickets and they get all excited about the things to eat in the town where they’re going.

javabeans: Su-geun practically giggles as he announces some good news: Tae-hyun is expecting his third child. Awww.

girlfriday: *confetti*

javabeans: Jong-min cracks a joke about being son- and father-in-law with Tae-hyun, which is too icky to even entertain as a joke and Tae-hyun shoots him this look. Oh Jong-min, always game to try for that joke, but never knowing where the line is.

girlfriday: Oh but wouldn’t it be cute if Tae-hyun ended up in-laws with Tae-woong?

javabeans: Their babies? Awww. The board the train, and then Joo-won announces that he brought along a guest. Huh, so the boys really didn’t know? That’s so weird. They pick up on his weird language and guess it’s a woman, and get super excited about it. It’s totally like when the baby goes to his first dance, or something.

girlfriday: I know. Like the little baby’s all grown up. “Is it…a person?” “Not a dog?” “A woman?!” “Is it your girlfriend?”

javabeans: They all guess that it’s “Kang-hee-sshi,” and I wonder if it’s because he just shot a drama with her or because they Know Things. Is he really dating her then? I’m super suspicious, and when he calls her it’s all banmal.

girlfriday: No. Stop that. It’s totally because she has a movie coming out. The strange thing is, why did they set it up this way? It’s so unnatural.

javabeans: Yeah it’s a really weird reveal and setup and build-up. I mean, I know who it is but I’m not the least bit anticipating the big announcement, because they’re presenting it so weirdly.

girlfriday: They’re trying to make it seem like it was Joo-won’s idea, which is just not believable in any way shape or form.

javabeans: Like he spontaneously came up with the idea, invited her, didn’t let anybody know, and gave us all this huge surprise gift. Yeah, the baby did that.

girlfriday: Yeah. What? Like is New PD trying to turn 1N2D into Running Man? Are we going to have guests come regularly to promote their latest show/movie/album?

javabeans: Ugh. Please no. I mean, I’m totally fine with it on Running Man, but I don’t want 1N2D to be that.

girlfriday: I can barely handle it when it happens on Running Man. More importantly, it’s just not 1N2D.

javabeans: Isn’t that why their specials are so special? Because they’re not indiscriminate about their guests? All the guests I’ve seen have said how honored they feel to be invited, because the show is so sparing on that front. Please don’t turn into promo-machine!

girlfriday: Yeah when I first saw the announcement that Choi Kang-hee was going to be a guest, I naturally assumed it would be for a Friend Special, where everybody brings a friend. Maybe even all girls, or all noonas, or something. But this is just out of nowhere. Not her, but the why of it all.

javabeans: Haha, Jong-min gets all excited and starts yelling, but here’s what he actually says: “AHHHH! Omigod! AHHH! Who is it! ….I can’t see anything.

girlfriday: Tae-hyun: “Is it a man? If it’s a man, tell him to go.”

javabeans: When Choi Kang-hee finally appears, Jong-min actually blurts, “It’s a GIRL!” He is such a spaz.

girlfriday: She does actually just appear on a moving train, so they flashback to show us that she boarded before the boys did, to surprise them. The boys are all over the place when she first arrives, but they finally settle down for introductions, and ask if she knows anyone besides Joo-won. She points to Tae-hyun: “Oppa was my first kiss.” Wut. Crazy.

javabeans: Dude, they look exactly the same in that ancient short drama. The only thing different is the nineties hair. So they ask Kang-hee about who she’d like to travel with, and she diplomatically chooses her friend Joo-won, so then they revise the rules and ask her to rank them based on appeal. Ha, they need their validation! Hae-jin pipes up: “This isn’t just based on looks, right?” Then she picks him, to his surprise, and she adds that “Women celebrities really like him.” Hae-jin positively blushes; it’s adorable. Are you gonna cry? Wait, but then she says she likes men who are pretty-ugly. Uh… thanks?

girlfriday: Ha. It’s amusingly honest, at least. Tae-woong and Shi-kyung get picked as second and third, and Su-geun quips, “I can’t figure out this woman’s tastes at all.”

javabeans: They figure they don’t care about the middle rankings, so just skip to last place. Who would she hate to go on a trip with? Jong-min: “Who would you HATE? Of all the men in the world, not him! He’s not even a man! He’s trash!” Dude, digging your own grave here.

girlfriday: Er? She picks Tae-hyun? That is insane. Must’ve been one really bad first kiss.

javabeans: Ha, I wonder if that was the most diplomatic choice since she knows him? Either that or she has really weird taste, as the boys note.

girlfriday: She says she was really nervous around him, but he never once treated her as a woman (just as a friend right away), and the guys all joke that it may have been her first kiss, but Tae-hyun had had SO MANY by then.

javabeans: When they arrive, New PD offers up to the cast the question of how to divide the teams into four versus four. The boys decide that Joo-won and Kang-hee should be on opposite teams, and tell her to choose three teammates. Jong-min: “With a back hug!” But they choose the opposite tactic ultimately, and tell her to kick over the guys she doesn’t want. HA.

girlfriday: Ha, that’s far more amusing. She kicks Tae-hyun out first, and Jong-min quickly follows. I like that the losers pile up like carcasses.

javabeans: Wait, I thought she couldn’t pick Joo-won. But the final team ends up: Hae-jin, Joo-won, Su-geun, and Kang-hee. The boys land on a cute naming convention for their teams, Hobulho, which follows the construction of Bokbulbok to mean Liked, Not Liked. Shi-kyung (of the rejected team) declares that they’ll be Cha Tae-hyun Ho team (not Choi Kang-hee Bulho) and pipes up that today will be the day his fellow reject teammate Tae-hyun reverses his fortunes, since Kang-hee will have to starve and work and sleep outside. Ha, I’d say that’s wishful thinking, but I’ll be rooting on Team Bulho anyway. (What, you have to root for the rejects! It’s like a rule!)

girlfriday: I do like the running theme of Tae-hyun vs. Kang-hee, because they’re comfortable enough to turn it into a rivalry, and they get all petty. We didn’t get picked? Well then screw you!

javabeans: Tae-hyun wins the initial game and gets first pick between the keywords “youth” and “memory.” They pick memory, thinking that youth suggests harder missions.

girlfriday: The two teams head to their first mission location, and Kang-hee gets behind the wheel to drive her team. Su-geun and Hae-jin immediately start joking around and pretending she’s their tour guide, and she gets so flustered that she asks Joo-won what to do in this kind of situation. I actually feel bad for her if she’s looking to Joo-won for help here. Have you seen the show?

javabeans: Ha, in the Rejects’ car, Tae-woong says that although he was dismissed the sting is mitigated by the fact that he’s married. Turns to Shi-kyung: “So how do YOU feel?” Lol.

girlfriday: Poor Reject Boys. Team Kang-hee arrives at the lake where they’re told they have to ride an inflatable banana boat and not fall off in order to win lunch, while Team Tae-hyun goes to a kids’ amusement park to play rock-paper-scissors against kids. Well that sounds a lot easier than trying not to fall into a lake.

javabeans: Their lunch will be a local specialty, chicken galbi, and Tae-hyun jokes that they’ll get chicken-shaped crackers. It’s cute how Shi-kyung steps up as pep squad-slash-drill sergeant, saying they’ve gotta break his bad luck streak: “I’m gonna feed Cha Tae-hyun!”

girlfriday: Well someone needs to. I’m worried for this team though, because they keep losing against the kids, and well, historically luck is not on their side.

javabeans: I love how they think they’ve found the ticket with that one baby girl who only does paper, but then she gets scared with all the attention and it’s another failed round because they didn’t get their four straight wins.

girlfriday: The other team gets changed and gets ready for their banana boat ride. I didn’t know it was possible for Joo-won’s voice to get any more baby-like, but it does around noona.

javabeans: They get one practice round on the inflatable raft thingy, and then it’s showtime, and OH MY GOD they’re totally playing the theme song from Neukkim, which is exactly the show I was thinking of when they presented the mission. Do you remember that? Ah, “youth” really is the perfect theme.

girlfriday: It’s perfect. Also, why aren’t there more campus dramas? Good ones, I mean.

javabeans: I know. It’s like Korea’s all in a big rush to grow up. Where else do you get 20-year-olds consistently playing 30, and not the other way around? Judging from how long I’ve been watching without having anything to comment on, I’d say this sequence of rock-scissors-paper and boating is too long.

girlfriday: Yeah I’ll say. The two teams are doing two very different things, but in the end they’re each repeating the same thing over and over and over… so yeah, not much going on. Anyway, after a while Team Kang-hee wins lunch, and Team Tae-hyun gets down to their last chance. They end up losing, which is quite sad.

javabeans: Ha, so both teams get an extra round of games, but for opposite reasons. I suspect Team Kang-hee won too easily because we don’t even see it happen, and the PD is the one to propose the game for a second dish. On the other hand, Team Tae-hyun wants something to eat and suggests a shorter game for less food.

girlfriday: So Tae-hyun goes out to try and win some food for his team with another round of rock-paper-scissors… and loses. Again. They arrive at the lake just as the other team is about to play for noodles, and they come in shouting that they want to play, whatever it is.

javabeans: This game is more amusing than the boating—they have to make their way across these floating rafts without falling into the water—though it does seem fairly easy if you adopt Hae-jin’s approach of jumping one at a time and sprawling like a frog.

girlfriday: Except then you look like a frog.

javabeans: But you’ll be a well-fed frog. Then the PD offers the same game to the losing team, and Tae-hyun immediately whips off his jacket. The team suits up right away and tries to win lunch. They should’ve just made this the game and put a time limit on it, or something.

girlfriday: Yeah they really only needed this one game, maybe with a non-froggy rule. Tae-woong goes first and makes it to the third raft, even though he gets his butt stuck along the way, but then stops when he finds a weird gap that’s wider than normal. Flashback to Su-geun just minutes before, while the boys are changing. He asks if they can’t widen the gap in the middle of the course, and then they rig it that way. Hee.

javabeans: It causes Tae-woong to go flying into the water, and then it’s Tae-hyun’s turn. You can practically see his will to eat as a tangible force here. He barely makes it to safety and wins lunch. Thank goodness for small miracles. Shi-kyung joins him, thankfully, since I don’t like to think of grumpy Shi-kyung suffering unduly.

girlfriday: Jong-min fails, so he and Tae-woong linger, wishing for another chance. With some prodding, they get the PD to agree to let everyone eat together if even one of the boys can make it halfway across running, with no hands. Whee, this is gonna be fun.

javabeans: It’s funnier to see the boys beg with the producers every step of the way when they fail, as Tae-woong does. Then it turns into “just the first three, no hands” and a “we’ll share lunch with all” dealio. At this point the losers are just dying for something.

girlfriday: Tae-hyun alllllmost succeeds, and it gets him all wound up, so he sends the other team to go eat, and asks for just two VJs to stay out here because he’s determined to win this. Ha.

javabeans: I love the shot in the background of the winners’ lunch—they’re sitting down eating, and behind their heads in the window you can see wetsuited boys running by. After a bunch of tries and a tape change, Tae-hyun finally succeeds, yay!

girlfriday: Yaaaaay! Why does it feel like he won the Olympics? I’m just glad it didn’t last for hours and go to a depressing place. Everybody gets to eat, and then both teams drive to their next mission.

javabeans: This is a really long car ride. I think New PD needs to brush up on Editing 101.

girlfriday: Yeah he’s big on the long sequences that go nowhere.

javabeans: And creating lovelines that don’t exist? I feel like they’re hinting at a Hae-jin thing, and then Joo-won gets his little moments, but they’re clearly just stuck in there like filler.

girlfriday: At least they finally stop and get to wherever they were going. That took forever. Jong-min decides to play paparazzi trying to get shots of Joo-wong and Kang-hee together, declaring that it’s love. Cut to: the two of them sitting in the backseat of the car, playing video games.

javabeans: Then there’s a happy-go-lucky off-roading sequence, and it’s cut with upbeat music and everyone looks like they’re having a ball, but I just don’t care about any of it. There’s a lack of connection to the audience, I think. Showing us people laughing means nothing if there’s no point to it.

girlfriday: Yeah there’s no context and no point. They finally arrive in the middle of nowhere, which will be basecamp for the night.

javabeans: They’re told they’ll get a chance to win their camping equipment, and the Reject team quips that they want a player swap. So New PD offers the guest the choice to swap, and she says she wants Tae-hyun now, and gives up Su-geun for it. Su-geun puts on his disgruntled face and starts calling her Ms. Choi, haha.

girlfriday: The first game is for sleeping bags. Wait, sleeping bags aren’t a given?

javabeans: The boys all react to that, wondering if it’s okay to subject the guest to this kind of treatment. Kang-hee says sheepishly that she thinks she’s the cause, because she specifically told them she wanted to rough it for real. Ha, well it’s nice to know they’re not offending her, but the boys also can’t use her for an excuse anymore.

girlfriday: I’m pretty sure she wasn’t expecting trash bags instead of sleeping bags though, when she asked to rough it. New PD says the winners of this first game get the sleeping bags, while the losers have to make do with trash bags for the night.

javabeans: The game is a relay, with members forced to roll across the rocky ground in their sleeping bags. Kang-hee’s team takes an early lead, and Jong-min’s pathetic turn puts the Rejects even farther behind. He actually gets lapped, heh. So Kang-hee’s team wins, though I guess the small victory is that Tae-hyun’s on the winning team for once.


81 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. hoaa

    thanks! 🙂

  2. Ivoire


  3. okdubu

    i was so pumped for this episode with the openings being so damn cute (daddy taehyun omg) and then… yeah. the sleeping bag relay was fun though, yay for taehyun’s team winning<3

    totally not cha taehyun biased idk what you're talking about.

    • 3.1 Innit

      When his son is a bit older, they would be perfect for Appa, Odiga. *dreaming*….

  4. snow_white


  5. far

    yay, it’s out! ^^

    wow, taehyun and joowon sure shares woman in their dramas. there’s UEE and now Choi Kang Hee. and they’re both in 1N2D. they must talk about the girls, dont they? off to read now~

    • 5.1 far

      interesting episode, with some good games. but some are pretty boring, like how JB and GF put it. slightly long scenes for some. not exactly their best episode, but still interesting.

      even when i watch RM, i prefer the episodes with no guests on it. i guess this is why i like 1N2D better than RM, coz they rarely have guests. and their chemistry and bond together are getting much better with each filming. it’s like they’re more comfortable to do silly things without anyone else around (minus cameras, stylists, directors, etc).

      i heard shikyung’s friend is gonna be in as well right? but he’s not in this episode. does that mean they’re going to have another episode with shikyung’s friend? i hope it’s not gonna be boring. we should really tell the PD that we prefer the show without guests, unless it’s once in a while. =)

      • 5.1.1 quirkstine

        yeah, that’s what the news article i read said. sikyung’s friend is lee moon sae. i guess he’s here next week.

        • far

          i hope the New PD doesnt keep going with the guests thingy. we dont need a RM copy-cat show. it takes about 10 minutes just to introduce the guest, when they can use that to do silly stuff.

          dang it, now i miss Bird PD.. he can make an addition game seems tense.

  6. Gaeina Lee

    Look how attentive and all smiley JW to noona… *envyyy*

    Thanks for the recap, ladies..!

  7. lemonade candy

    awww~ altho we hate the show that must not be named; we luv this!!! ^^ hahahha. so much fun to watch/read!

  8. DayDreamer

    Thanks for the recap, Javabeans and Girlfriday. It’s apparent that if the recap didn’t make me smile or chuckle, then the episode is probably not worth watching since you guys have the talent for making the episodes even more interesting and amusing even when it isn’t as much. New PD is taking quite some time settling into those PD boots and I sure wish he’d settle faster because every other episode of his seems to be bland rather than consistently good.

  9. crazedlu

    pleeeease no running man format. i very much enjoy the intimacy of this show with the brotherhood.

    and augh, taehyun.. LOVED his intro! his kids are so cute! i like him so much.

  10. 10 kindaichi

    Thanks for the recap 🙂
    Guests appearances are far too many is season 2…if CKH and LMS (SSK’s friend) are guesting due to their upcoming movie & concert, the PD is certainly heading to the wrong direction. i certainly do not want this show to turn into some promotional vehicle.

  11. 11 crazedlu

    and WHY was her hair not normal like this in level 7? i mean, not that it would’ve saved the show, but, yunno.

    • 11.1 amber k.

      ha ha, that’s what I was thinking…I hated her hair in L7CS, but here, the hairdo really suits her.

    • 11.2 tebz10

      i was thinking the same thing too!

    • 11.3 picklemonster

      Totally! She is so much prettier here, both hair and make-up are done right! She actually looks way younger than her age here too. >__<

  12. 12 flashback

    girls, you amuse me with your commentary mentioning the possibility of joowon dating kanghee, because to me it sounds more the opposite.

    rumor has it that he has been dating uee since ojb and this is why on public they’ve disconnected from each other, even though they are close friends, study at the same school and have friends in common. both of their camps do their best to not have any roman5ic connection from them in the media, avoiding talking about each other and even being remiced of each others ideal type cups and silly stuff like that.

    • 12.1 Requiem

      That would be awesome.

      I loved their chemistry in OJB.

      And I like them both as actors and they both seem like nice people.

      Hopefully, the relationship can survive, if and when they get outed….

    • 12.2 far

      well, those are just rumors isnt it? but they do look good together, UEE and Joowon, i mean. ^^ out of all his costars, UEE suits him the best.

    • 12.3 k-soup

      uee is fine for me if it is really true. at least she is not Oooooolder that him and if she makes her happy… *sigh*

    • 12.4 clelia

      say whaaat? UEE and JW dating?? they are one of the best onscreen couples I’ve seen in K-dramas and I’m a huge fan of their acting and charisma, but dating??!! that would be more perfect if they do indeed…and they are cute off screen, too, if not the cutest from what I’ve seen so far in K-ent. if it’s true they are together, gl to them in hiding it from media, though from their fandom reaction towards them, I know lot of people would be ecstatic to the roof to see them together.

      anyway, this was a rather boring episode, but the recap just made it better. Thanks.

    • 12.5 bangko

      they look so cute together

  13. 13 k-soup

    thanks for the recap~!

    man, I don’t like the fact that KH is in 1n2d.. I am soooo damn selfish! haha! joo won! ♥

  14. 14 anvesha

    I agree.. Love 1N2D because it’s not guest/promo centric. It’s just different than RM, which I think is skewing towards more promo fare as time goes by with over-the-top scripted scenarios and CG.

    I was thinking they should do a noona special and get Uhm Jung Hwa as well.. this episode seemed a little boring from the recap

    • 14.1 anvesha

      To be clear. I’m not hating on RM. I regularly watch RM, even more than 1N2D nowadays. I was just saying how some new episodes are so much scripted that it takes away from the actual fun.

      • 14.1.1 정남

        I agree with you on that front, although 1N2D falls prey to that as well I think they do a bit better job of it than Running Man but that makes it more sneaky to me kkk.

  15. 15 pV

    thanku for the recap
    i thought even shikyung was bringing his friend……i wonder what happened..the new pics of them shooting in busan didnt show any guest
    the forced relationship between CKH and Joowon was so not happening
    i preferred watching the sequence of the “chingu” team- this the first time the fake chingu (jongmin&shikyung) and the real chingu(taehyun&taewoong) paired together in one team :)it was interesting, i hope todays episode spices it up

    • 15.1 KBZIO

      what does chingu mean?

      • 15.1.1 nakai


  16. 16 chane

    Thanks for the recap!!

  17. 17 chane

    Taehyun and his kids….so ADORABLE!!!

  18. 18 banana hammock

    What is that drama with CKH and CTH? I have to watch it.

    And, awwww congrats to our taehyun! He’s such a great dad. Thanks.

  19. 19 quirkstine

    Thanks girls.

  20. 20 So2juk

    thank you for the recap, can’t wait to wathc this episode

  21. 21 ajuma

    we still don’t have a nickname for the new pd?

  22. 22 wL

    Tae-hyun with his children…I repeated this scene many times. Simply adorable 🙂

  23. 23 nakai

    She’s cute. Thanks for the recap !

  24. 24 Gina F.

    Daebak! this ep had was 1st place in the ratings.

  25. 25 Gina F.

    Thanks. Off to read now.

  26. 26 MeWhoMustNotBeNamed

    It also left me thinking if they are changing into RM concept. I hope not, I prefer the 1N2D concept, I already watch the concept of inviting guests in RM, I don’t want to see that in 1N2D too. I just hope they will stick to the old concept but bring the liveliness on it, especially the games. I prefer to watch 1N2D boys scenes than have lots of guests. Maybe once in a while is ok, not always.

    And maybe I am the only one here having a feeling, when I saw Hae-jin and CKH in front of the car, I see them looking good together, age-wise. LOL. *hides*

  27. 27 ruzi mano

    Thank you for the recap.
    Haejin is New to the show. Can he settle in first and get all the bromance blooming before getting guests in? New PD…what’s the hurry? We stay home to watch 2d1n so work on getting the show right. I miss Disruptive Kim!

  28. 28 vienna

    Miss seungwoo but i’m loving hae jin

    • 28.1 h311ybean

      Me, too. I like that YHJ wasn’t shy and dove into the games on his very first trip.

  29. 29 coby

    Choi Kang Hee <3 She's so cute

  30. 30 tebz10

    The best part for me was at the beginning, with Taewoong, his wife and his dog. So adorable!

    • 30.1 warren_john

      Yeah, agree TW looks so happy, glad he found her. We finally got to hear her voice and it’s so cute that she calls him oppa

  31. 31 coby

    Ok this episode just reaffirms the fact that Kang Hee and Joo Won aren’t an ideal couple which is why they don’t have zero chemistry in their drama, i still love them both though

  32. 32 warren_john


  33. 33 KBZIO

    I can’t post it here but the links for this day’s ep(ep 438) are already posted in the 1n2d soompi forums

  34. 34 amber k.

    They look so cute together in the featured pic. This ep was actually fun but I don’t like the guest concept they’re doing, I hope they discontinue this because we need more screen time for our new member than the guests.

  35. 35 amber k.

    Oh and thank you so much for the recap.

  36. 36 lint096

    Such a sad news that daebaksubs is gone and now Boo Says is retiring, KBS world uploaded the 2nd ep with the new member on their youtube account but there’s no guarantee that they’re gonna continue it, but good thing that DB is still here for the recaps, thank you so much girls for your hard work, we really appreciate it, without you i don’t know what to do without getting my 1n2d fix.

    • 36.1 tamtam

      I’m actually glad KBS world is releasing subbed episode. I actually felt guilty-free watching them now. Whereas with fansubs, I knew they were illegally making money of them, but it was my only option of understanding what’s going on. :\

  37. 37 DAEBAK!

    after a tiring day, i now have a smile on my face^^

  38. 38 annon5

    gangjjang ssi jjang! she really look good with her new hairstyle. i simply love her for being sporty, not to girly, and fussy.

  39. 39 Nooni

    I miss Seoung woo 🙁 and bird PD too
    ever since they left the show I felt that the show changed a lot ….

    the best thing in 2d1n was the specials, I enjoyed watching and laughed a lot but now even reading the recaps is making me bored…so I’m hoping for improvement from the side of PD

  40. 40 Rach^^

    javabeans: Isn’t that why their specials are so special? Because they’re not indiscriminate about their guests? All the guests I’ve seen have said how honored they feel to be invited, because the show is so sparing on that front. Please don’t turn into promo-machine!

    THIS. One of the reasons why I can’t stand RM.

  41. 41 waldo

    a huge congrats to taehyun oppa, so happy for him

  42. 42 waldo

    thanks for the recap, i agree please dont let 1n2d turn into running man

  43. 43 Beng

    you mean Taehyun is finally on the winning team, but still get to sleep outside?! I guess they are because of the sleeping bags. oh poor man

  44. 44 Babo

    idk but when the new member phj came and you guys were saying the commentary/recap is funnier than the actual episode, i actually found that the episode itself was really funny. phj is a riot, he is so funny, i think his face contributes to his witty remarks and makes them extra funny. so i hope that will true for this episode too. thanks for the recap

  45. 45 lovin it

    i’ve been busy so i’ve fallen behind on eps. but i had to watch this one when i heard about chataehyun and his kids were in this ep. ADORABLENESS. love them. had to replay it.

  46. 46 Lixie

    Does ayone know how can I watch this with english subs?:)

  47. 47 Carmensitta

    Looks like I’ll just watch the intro bit, the second water game and maybe the last race out of this episode…

  48. 48 정남

    I haven’t watched 1N2D well since season 1 it seems like it just keeps going down hill so sad.

  49. 49 JDC

    Thanks !:)

  50. 50 k-soup

    in case you don’t know guys, kbsworld on youtube has 1n2d videos. they have uploaded 3 videos already starting season 3 (?)

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