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Running Man: Episode 279

There’s more hilarity and nostalgia in store for the second part of this X-Man and Running Man collaboration. Suspicion runs high for several people, but the truth may come as a surprise. Following the mystery surrounding the X-Man and R-Man, our cast will have their fortunes told in several different readings.

Will 2016 be a lucky year with exciting prospects or will it be yet another year full of disappointments?

EPISODE 279. Broadcast on December 27, 2015.

Going into this second half, our top three suspects are: Jong-kook, Seolhyun, and Andy. We pick right back up with Kwang-soo’s heartfelt confession to Seolhyun despite knowing that she’s already paired up with Gary. And she… accepts.

Then comes the next round of guys and ladies—the legendary X-Man folks here to show the young’uns how to turn on the charm. Asked who he has his eye on… Jong-kook says he’s really in no position to be choosy. Lol.

He serenades Stephanie like old times though, and also like before, Chae-young steps in. Jae-suk and the others make sure to voice their complaints when it feels it’s a bit too long, and Jae-suk jokes that if he’d only done all this a decade ago, X-Man would’ve gone on for another 100 episodes.

Andy says he’ll be performing with the rookie group UP10TION (of his entertainment agency TOP Media), and assures the ladies that the idols will be coming with him if he’s chosen. They give the cutest Christmas-themed performance there can be, which then transitions into Shinhwa’s “Wild Eyes”, and then a techno club where Andy shares his heart dance. All in all, it’s pretty epic.

Jong-soo says his heart remains the same ten years ago and today. None of the ladies believe it’s them, and then the Lovers In Paris OST comes on. Chae Yeon looks flabbergasted when he walks her out, and so is Jong-kook when he’s brought to the stage too.

But that’s all set up for Jong-soo to lip sync lines from Lovers In Paris: “Didn’t I tell you to get your hands off of my woman?!” He starts singing again following that angry rant, which only makes the entire performance that much more hilarious.

There’s another transition with Lee Dong-gun’s character’s confession, and oh no… please don’t do the cheesy line that still makes me cringe to this day. GAH, too late. “You’re in here.”

Jung-nam performs with Animation Crew in an impressive pop and lock routine, and tops it off with a rose to Ji-hyun… who sends her hearts back to Andy. Aww.

Now it’s the ladies’ turn, and Ji-hyun only dances to Andy whereas Stephanie dances down the line to Jong-kook. Chae Yeon dances to AOA’s “Heart Attack” and looks annoyed when Seolhyun joins her onstage. She too dances down the line, sending love bullets to Jong-kook as her grand finale.

When it’s time to choose teammates, however, Jong-kook pairs up with Stephanie. Andy pairs up with Ji-hyun, and Haha goes ahead to call out Chae Yeon’s name. The latter admits that in the old days, she probably would’ve refused and chosen Jong-kook, but she’s going to move on…. and still say no. HAHAHA.

She immediately agrees to Jong-soo’s offer, leaving Jung-nam and Haha paired up together. Now the couple games begin, the first of which where the teams will dress a Christmas tree by hanging ornaments without using their hands.

They’re reminded that the X-Man and R-Man are still at large. Kwang-soo had received a message from the X-Man asking him to break the rules at least once and stir suspicion during the couple game so Kwang-soo can be identified.

That shouldn’t be so hard for Kwang-soo, who keeps a sharp eye out during the game. Suk-jin and Gary seem to slip up early, and Kwang-soo makes sure to stir suspicion. Not long afterward, Jong-soo readily messes up. Hmm.

Everyone’s suspicion radars are on high alert, especially when Kwang-soo and Seolhyun flub at the very last second. In terms of the score, the teams are tied at 6:6, and Jong-soo deliberately turns his face until the ornament slips out.

Third time’s the charm for Kwang-soo and Seolhyun, and the game progresses with Jong-soo continuing to mess up. Team Ji ultimately wins the game 13 to 11.

Then it’s time for the final vote, which takes a Running Man spin today. The teams gather at the SBS building and told the rules: There are 16 laptops hidden throughout the building that allows them to vote. In each round of voting (a total of three), everyone will have ten minutes to find and rip off the suspect’s nametag, which will reveal their true identity.

Should the teams fail to identify the X-Man and R-Man, 17 million won will be donated under those two names. And just like the old rules, if they guess correctly, then the money will be donated in their names.

In the elevator, Kwang-soo hopes that the X-Man is Seolhyun, who’s been busy trying to convince everyone else otherwise. He finds a laptop and inputs B.I’s name, which Jae-suk is surprised by. But he also sees another vote for Seolhyun.

The votes start racking up for Seolhyun, but people suspect Kwang-soo too. Soon half the votes are for Seolhyun, whose name is announced as the first target. She quickly tries to find a hiding place, but she’s soon found by Jong-soo.

She cries repeatedly that she’s innocent, and though Jong-soo pities her a bit, Ji-min won’t do anything of the sort. Jong-soo rips off the nametag, and now it’s the moment of truth… and her nametag is clean.

Everyone is told of the news, and Kwang-soo seems just as happy to hear that Seolhyun is innocent. We then skip ahead to the third around after Andy’s elimination (he wasn’t the X-Man either), and we learn that Kwang-soo’s plan was to input his own name and be eliminated on purpose.

The votes are split between Jong-soo and Kwang-soo, the latter of whom rushes towards Jung-nam to tell him that everyone suspects him. But as soon as he writes in his own name, Suk-jin knows that he must be the R-Man.

Kwang-soo’s plan works anyway, even though a number of people are convinced that he can’t possibly be the X-Man in question. Jae-suk heads up to keep commentating and asks outright if Kwang-soo is the X-Man or R-Man.

Kwang-soo thinks he’s done such a good job this episode that he qualifies for a Nobel Prize, to which Jae-suk says, “Don’t you know what a Nobel Prize is?”

But there’s little time for chit-chat because Jong-kook is on his way. Before Jong-kook can charge at Kwang-soo though, Jae-suk tells him to think carefully—this is their final opportunity. But Jong-kook rips off that nametag anyway and finds out that Kwang-soo’s the R-Man.

Which means that the X-Man and R-Man are the winners, and now everyone thinks it’s Jong-kook. And whaddayknow, it is Spartakooks.

We learn that Jong-kook had tripped himself up in the first wrestling game, and had sent the R-Man that message and showed little “X”s throughout the filming. With that, Jong-kook and Kwang-soo celebrate their win.

We jump ahead to the next filming on an empty soundstage. Like previous years, our cast will have their New Year’s fortunes read to them for 2016, the Year of the Red Fire Monkey. But before that, they will play the ladder game (where one chooses a number and the “steps” are drawn in between the lines to randomize the outcome).

Their first fortune teller, Park Sung-joon, will follow the Tojeong Bigyeol (or “Secrets of Tojeong”). Suk-jin is up first, and everyone gapes to hear that one of the Betrayal Trio is a man of loyalty. But he’s also easily persuaded by what people tell him and very stubborn.

He’s told there there are probably a great many things he’d like to do in 2016, and he is advised to… just stay put and do nothing. AHAHAHA. In addition, his lucky colors are yellow and white, and Jae-suk gasps: “You have yellow underwear!”

His lucky numbers are 5 (oh) and 4 (sa) which creates this interesting new catchphrase: “Oh swa (five, four)!”

Gary is told that he’s a free spirit, and doesn’t like being under someone else’s thumb. But there is someone here who could keep in in line. Omo, Ji-hyo? It’s Jong-kook, which other others agree with because they know the two often have a heart to heart conversation.

He and Jong-kook’s relationship looks fortuitous, especially on the financial end, but Gary is advised… to also stay put. LOL. His lucky numbers and colors are the same as Suk-jin’s.

Ji-hyo’s love fortune is looking up for this coming year, and she’s told that she’s surrounded by many men. She points to her male castmates, and is told that she’s surrounded by weird men. Her lucky numbers are 6 and 3, and lucky colors are black and sky blue.

Haha has a kind spirit but is incredibly stubborn who must have things his way. Park Sung-joon tells him that he’s got new prospects in his future, then deadpans that they won’t pan out. HA. His lucky numbers and colors are 6, 3, black, and white.

2016 looks like a good for Jae-suk too, as he’s told that he may have a second child. Suk-jin agrees that Jae-suk had been talking about having plans for a second baby. All he has to do is avoid Gary. That comment slays the room.

Kwang-soo will be the one who brings him luck this year, though Gary is quick to point out that he can easily put that flame out. However, Jae-suk’s fortune is only second-best to someone else.

Jong-kook and Kwang-soo sit down to have their fortunes told together. Kwang-soo is told that he was born as a tall tree, and right now although he has plenty of water and his roots are growing in nicely… there is no sun to help it grow. Awww.

Everyone agrees that Kwang-soo tends to rush things, especially in the love department. Even Kwang-soo admits to this: “A lot of them tell me, ‘What’s with you?'”

Park Sung-joon tells Jong-kook that his super analytical mind even extends to women, a statement everyone else agrees with. He’s told to let his heart rather than his head rule his feelings, and Miss Right might enter his life sometime in 2017 or 2018.

Between Kwang-soo and Jong-kook, it’s the former who will have a lucky year ahead of him. Aww, yay!

Afterward, the group is told to choose a color and number for the ladder game. In order, it’s: 1) Haha (Gray) 2) Kwang-soo (Orange) 3) Jong-kook (Red) 4) Gary (White) 5) Suk-jin (Yellow) 6) Ji-hyo (Blue) and 7) Jae-suk (Green).

Next the cast will receive tarot card readings. Kwang-soo sits down first and thinks of someone before selecting three cards. He’s told that the relationship between the person he’s thinking about will start strong but it doesn’t end well. Gary laughs that it must be Haha… and he’s totally right.

When told that he could learn a lot from the second person, he says that’s true of how he feels towards Jae-suk. Jong-kook gets upset that HE’S not someone Kwang-soo thinks of: “You call me late at night all the time!”

But the good news is that Jong-kook is someone who holds onto him tightly and is associated with happy and joyful thoughts. Aw.

Jong-kook is up next, and when told that this person always make him feel bad, he launches himself at Kwang-soo. HAHAHA. Haha makes sure to clarify that these readings are in the confines of the ladder game, and not for life.

The next person is a great match for him: Gary. Jae-suk knows that his fortune with Jong-kook is probably filled with misfortune, and the cards say as much: “Things will be very tough with this person.” Not only that, he has to keep up appearances to make it seem like they’re getting along. Hehe.

Jae-suk is told that his match with this person will change by the day. That person is Kwang-soo. Things do look good with Gary though, and Jae-suk is told that he seems to get along with mostly everyone.

And that’s when Jae-suk says there is one person—Jong-kook—with whom he probably doesn’t get along. Once the cards are dealt, he’s told that he’ll have something to lose in this relationship. Spot-on.

Gary is told that although this relationship might be difficult and stressful at times, it will prove rewarding. That’s Jong-kook, and just like before, his fortune with Jae-suk is good as well.

When it comes time to choose partners, Gary pairs up with Jong-kook, Haha with Ji-hyo, and Jae-suk ends up with Kwang-soo. And finally Suk-jin pairs up with his VJ Yoo-seok. If there ever was a time to test their fortunes, this would be it.

They’ll be playing a game of ping-pong using their heads as paddles. What’s on the line are the actual lines used for the ladder, with the first place team getting three lines, and the subsequent teams get two, one, and zero.

Ji-hyo and Haha vs. Suk-jin and Yoo-seok are up first, and the score is 3:0 in favor of Ji-hyo and Haha until Haha flubs. But it isn’t as funny as Suk-jin, who misses the ball altogether. Needless to say Ji-hyo and Haha secure third place.

Then it’s Jong-kook and Gary vs. Jae-suk and Kwang-soo. It’s a tight game, though Gary and Jong-kook seem to mess up more often, but soon the score is 3:3 until Kwang-soo misses the ball.

In the next serve, Gary saves the attack to score the winning point. The teams add in their “steps”, but who knows what the outcome will be.

Lastly, the cast sits down for a physiognomy (face reading) session. Jae-suk is told that his prominent features (high cheekbones and a protruding mouth) makes him perfect for his line of work.

The cast bust a gut at hearing that Jong-kook having “snake eyes”, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it just means he’s more proactive. Kwang-soo brushes the hair out of his face so he can show off his “successful” eyebrows.

The cast is given more lines to add to the ladder depending on their physiognomy ranking, then led to a row of boxes where the unlucky one will be dumped with water to er, ring in the new year?

Apparently getting wet is a good thing because there’s a bit of gold on the line. Everyone steps into their respective boxes, and Kwang-soo’s name is the first to be called. He’s in the clear, then it’s Jong-kook’s turn.

He clears it too, and then it’s Jae-suk… who gets a muddy shower topped with feathers. Happy New Year, everyone!

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i'm the only who thinks that Ji Hyo is so useless in RM. Sometimes i wonder if she's there or not. The last years was like that.

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I don't think she's useless. But I do think that she's non existing when there are other female guests, especially when they are beautiful young idols and actresses. It's not really her fault if the screen time goes all to them which leaves very little for Jihyo.

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Useless is a bit of a harsh word but she definitely does not command the spotlight. She's not super witty and likes to take a back seat during conversations between big groups. It also doesn't help that she isn't the best dancer or singer either, nor does she have the confidence to pretend she does (like Kwang Soo or Jae Suk).

For example in the 100v100 episodes, she was completely invisible and only invited 1 friend along. I don't wanna make it sound like she's anti-social among celebrities or anything, but c'mon now, you only had 1 friend or colleague to invite to the show as part of the mission?

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I think jihyo needs to step up her game. She's not useless, but I think she's definitely not contributing much to RM. I really liked the Bad-Jihyo character but it really seems like shes holding back on her temper and not lashing out whenever the guys tease her or something. Maybe she got some bad press over that character?

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I do think Jihyo loses out on screentime because she's not that witty, but it seems a little harsh to say that she's totally useless. She just doesn't seem like the type to really push a certain type of image. I mean Kwangsoo is always going around with his overacting/betrayal/idiot character, Haha used to have Haroro/multi-personality character, and Jihyo has Blank Jihyo/Ace Jihyo/Monday Couple - the difference is, Jihyo doesn't really purposely force her Blank Jihyo act, because when she's Blank Jihyo, she's ACTUALLY zoning out. (She kind of used to play into the Monday Couple thing but that pretty much ended after she announced she was dating the CEO and it only comes back once in a while, and maybe on tours.) I mean there's nothing wrong with playing into personas for a variety show, and since I'm not Jihyo, I can't say for sure that Jihyo just likes being genuine, and that's why she's not as visible on the show, but I think it's cool that Jihyo just steps back and lets the female guest get her spotlight, and I really admire that she can stick it through everything with the guys.

Maybe she's not as funny or in-your-face as some of the other cast members, but somehow she manages to attract a decent fanbase, and she works pretty hard, so I like having her there.

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It really is harsh to say JiHyo is useless... I won't consider any RM useless... some might standout in 1 episode or another, but not always

JiHyo is basically a shy and quiet person... but she is smart and RM ace..

Still love all members no matter what...

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Also, when there are female guests, she lets them shine more and stay backseat and don't outshine them... and the guys make all female guests special by showing them over the top admiration and make them feel special... they are guests after all...

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Agreed - overly harsh and that Ji-hyo is shy and quiet person and not playing to the spotlight like Kwang-soo and Haha (which both sometimes overdo it).

Ji-hyo is at her best at the games where she is the Ace (or Lady Luck) or when she zones out and is Ms. Mong or gets angry and becomes "Bad" Ji-hyo.

Usually happens when it's a couple of guests or just the RM members.

Also, what great about Ji-hyo are the shots of her facial reactions, such as when Gary says something funny/witty or when Ji-hyo is so happy for someone.

Every now an then, she'll have put-downs of the other RM members, but often she's on the receiving end (such as the Gong Hyo-jin ep where they were supposed to raise her heart-rate, but the KJK and Suk-jin kept making fun of Ji-hyo).

Ji-hyo was great when she had to raise Haha's heart-rate when Lee Beom-soo guested and started to accuse Haha of having a romantic interest in her, but that she doesn't see him as a man.

And while Ji-hyo is a bad singer and dance, she gamely does both even tho she knows she doesn't have a good singing voice and really can't dance.

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while i wouldnt put it that harshly i do agree with you. I like her and all but if you're looking objectively you can see that she doesnt bring anything to the show. The one thing that irritated me the most was the Monday couple line: she really didnt put any effort in it unlike Gary. The few moments she initiated it felt scripted and rehearsed.

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because the monday couple line IS scripted....and has become redundant and hasn't allowed Jihyo to develop her character. Now it seems that both jihyo and gary are in a skit for We Got Married. These 2 should be removed and given a spot in WGM instead to act out corny scripts and promote gary's halyang and music - which happens in most of the latest eps. Maybe that will rejuvenate RM and satisfy MC fans that border on the scary fanatical spectre.

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i know that it's a scripted loveline but it's just that we can see Gary putting effort into it while she does the strict minimum... i saw some short videos on youtube about kookie and yoon hee (not sure if it's written like that) and it was cute and more fluid. i feel that since the RM producers created the MC whose point is to allow both of them more screen time that she should try a little harder. but since the MC is almost dead (at least on RM, hasnt been a lot of that couple scenes) its an old observation.

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I agree with this...that is why the award by SBS for Jihyo (Excellence Award) was strange. Its not enough callling her the ace and having a loveline that parades Halyang brand wear, that title Ace now rankles whenever it is used. All the other members (although Gary is also lacking, but not as much as Jihyo) work so hard. In so many shots, it is obvious Gary is being over promoted over the others, I have a feeling the PDs are friends of his as they are often wearing his halyang caps or it was to justify his award for 2015, with so many episodes dedicated to him and his music being played. But Jihyo's award was perplexing...maybe just to keep the MC loveline afloat - hence the ONE award, when in previous years there were 2. SBS scripting even award ceremonies??

Having seen Jimin, and the ex Xman ladies in this episode actually shows us how much Jihyo has fallen behind in character development. Jimin was a breath of fresh air in this episode.

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Eagle eye guy was so funny... i laughed a lot in this episode

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Loved the potential mud bath. I was sure Kwang Soo was going to be the unlucky "lucky" one.

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YJS has been almost as unlucky as KS over the years.

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Eagle Eye's courting of Chae Yeon was a complete rip of Kim Kyung Rok's Lovers in Paris stint on X-Man back in the day! Nonetheless it was still pretty funny, ah I felt the nostalgia...

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omg thats right! KKR!!! hahaha. ah the memories.

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In my opinion, they should have picked a guest to be the Xman. It might have made the experience more meaningful or fun to the guests.

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aww B.I. totally had no footage during this episode. Atleast Bobby got some, he's SO adorable. I honestly thought this Xman collaboration OK.. I wished it was done a bit differently... especially the last portion of it (the first half of this episode). I can't wait for RM to get back to their usual physical activities XD or atleast some interestingly themed mystery plotlines. The zombie one was good.. but I thought it was slightly boring at times.

As for Jihyo... I feel she is edited out a lot... she doesn't speak up all that much but I don't think she's useless.. you kinda need a girl as part of the team and Jihyo knows how to handle them and doesn't try hard at all.

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I think the episodes were really for those who had followed X-Man in the past.

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Fun episode. I was a bit disappointed that HaHa's segment wasn't aired during the partnering/courting portion. I was hoping for a repeat of him imitating Kim Jong-kook, performing a Turbo dance, and inviting him to do it again.

When Yoo Jae-suk made the joke about Kim Jong-kook's performance, "that if he’d only done all this a decade ago, X-Man would’ve gone on for another 100 episodes," it made me think that Kim Jong-kook has opened up more to to silly antics since the X-Man days.

Thanks for the recap!

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KJK didn't talk much during the X-Man days (which is like a 180 degree turn from the present), but while he didn't speak much, it was usually pretty witty.

He really didn't show of his dancing abilities either - usually doing that side to side step "dance."

Kookie really started to loosen up during his time on FO.

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I think Ji Hyo is not useless, she just know how to give way to the guess that needs more spotlight than her. She is not greedy and when their are male guest she shines more than anyone. So for me she is just giving the other to shine, i mean the guest because if she will put herself out front the rest would not be noticed at all. its just being modest and respectful.

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Awww.. If only Andy elimination is shown full..

Nevertheless, the second part of 2016 luck is hillarious.

Hope Rm will be better in 2016!

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Interesting episodes... where can i watch the full episodes of x-man? i'm currently watching bits and pieces in youtube...

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here's a bunch of Xman episodes with eng subs for ya :
http://kshowonline.com/category/55/xman

otherwise avistaz torrent site has all episodes in eng subs

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Aw I loved Xman! If only KJK would have made CY happy by calling out her name during the coupling lol.

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great episode!! loved the ending with their 2016 fortunes, especially when the fortune reading guy told kwangsoo and sukjin to not do anything for the year.

also, pretty sure "oh-swa" was something sukjin said a lot in the earlier episodes, so it's not a new phrase!

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Yes I'm also pretty sure, JSJ said "oh-swa" in the early episodes.
Eagle eyes was so funny, really liked his and the other original members' performances! And it made me laughted when KS said he's going to marry Xman and it turns out to be KJK x) Congratulations to them!

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Usually, the 1st part of X-Man is funnier than the 2nd part.

KJK really didn't try to be the X-Man during the couple game (Eagle Eyes was exceptionally bad at the couple game) and really only tried to be the X-Man during the 1st game (where him losing to Seolhyun could be written off as Kookie's norm of deferring to a pretty gal.

Was to KJK's advantage that there were fewer games than the norm (as well as to there being an "R"-man).

Eagle Eyes had a several great couple performance/dances back in the day w/ his "aggressive" approach.

One of the funniest performances was of the "Latin Boys" during the Germany World Cup special (about a minute on).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fcQC-RBNVw

Those performance tend to be a funnier when there are gag men on as guests.

Btw, does anyone know the name of the song/artist that Uhm Hyun-kyung dances to at the 5:30 mark?).

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I enjoyed the episode, X-man old timers really know how to work it! The first fortune teller was really funny on how dead pan he was when he told Gary and JSJ to "just don't do anything". I kinda wish the guys had included Ji Hyo in their "thinking of others" in fortune telling partnership though.

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actually, they were, if you look at the number of opened card on the table. i think the members do the fortune telling with every members, it's just the PDs choose which fortune reading to be view.

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I think that part has been edited .. there must be something Casts or PDs didnt wanna share with us.

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again - too much dancing - but that was confined to the start of the episode

the tacked on fortune telling bored me too

my mood wasn't improved by Seol Hyun dumping Gary - even tho Kwang Soo is closer to her age and height

kinda sad to see Chae Yeon's plight - she used to be the sexy center of attention back then - she's still gorgeous - but its Seol Hyun's era now

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just enjoy the show n shut up my mouth. . there nothing to say. . .

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bd5, I have been asking around for that song too! I hope somebody can help us with that cute song.

P.S.: That episode is one of the best, Shinhwa Changjo

Regarding this episode, I was so excited to watch it and yes, overall it is really good. Although I wish they had invited regular guests on X-Man.

I thought Jong Kook didn't do much as X-Man..? If only PD chose someone else..

Chae Yeon didn't age at all! I'm surprised to see she practically looks the same lol

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The best thing abt Jihyo.. she doesnt have to sell "sexy" "aegyo" or "sexy dance" to steal other's spotlight..

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Those saying Jihyo was useless probably never watched any other episodes.

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Eagle eye turn was epic. He just goes back to singing naturally like nothing happened. Too bad they skipped Haha :( i knew it was JK from the beginning! Yay! Great plan LKS! Now go marry Kim Jong Kook! Hahaha! Most of all, I love the reactions of RM members during the fortune telling segment. You can see how they know each others so well.

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