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Running Man: Episode 314

Get ready for an epic brawl over who gets to be the next monarch. Our cast and guests will battle it out both on land and water, traveling through time and space to impress the king and their future subjects. This series of tasks will test their judgment, quick thinking, loyalty, and compassion—or lack thereof—because only one of them will get to sit on that grand throne.

EPISODE 314. Broadcast on August 28, 2016.

Today’s historical tale begins in varietyland, where the royal Running Man family is embroiled in a dispute over who gets to be the next king. Yoo Jae-bin declares that everyone will have a respectable position once her sibling rises to the throne. Kim Jong-bin’s and her brothers’, Haha and Hong Jong-hyun eyes narrow with suspicion.

Yoo Jae-bin has two brothers of her own, Ji-ho and Kang Haneul, but we’re also introduced to Lee Kwang-bin and her orabeoni, Gary. Lee Kwang-bin is a target of ridicule for being too tall for her hanbok, and Yoo Jae-bin isn’t afraid of (literally) kicking people out of her way to secure her place beside the king.

Speaking of which, Eunuch Ji announces the king’s arrival: meet King Lee Jun-ki, who immediately calls for silence. He’s a royal ahead of his time, calling upon his subjects to “make some noise.” He says it’s time for him to designate his successor, in which he’ll send his sons to the future to battle it out.

The new monarch will be declared at the next solar eclipse… and then we’re transported to present-day where Jae-suk tosses back the scroll to the PD.

Before any game begins, we meet our three beautiful princes, co-stars of Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart: Goryeo. Mat hyung Jun-ki reads out the mission: Procure public sentiment by enlisting the help of a citizen who can identify them and participate in a telepathy game together.

There’s a range of reactions from immersing oneself into the story (Haha) to plain stupefied (Suk-jin). Jun-ki falls into the former category, but all three princes are given a mysterious special advantage to be used before the final mission.

He does a spit take when Haneul asks if that “special item” is another appearance on the show, but he’s completely serious about his determination to win—as evidenced by his various attempts to delay his dongsaengs.

Jong-hyun greets Ji-hyo with open arms, though his real intention is to try and recruit the girl she has in tow. Jun-ki turns on the natural charm to enlist a passersby, but unfortunately their answers don’t sync on the first try.

Haneul adorably can’t remember what the question was, and to make matters worse, the random guy he stops doesn’t know who he is. He tries his best to help him (“It’s… not Kim…”), and unfortunately the next guy doesn’t know who he is either.

Third time’s the charm, though, and while everyone else is in a hurry, Jun-ki stays calm when recruiting his teammate.

But the game isn’t quite over yet because in order to pass through the solar eclipse time portal, our royals must catch two moons—thrown by their teammates—in their crowns.

Prince Jong-kook is the first to pass, whereas Prince Kwang-soo deliberately intercepts the ball thrown to Prince Jae-suk. (The referees witness everything.) One by one our princes complete the mission to travel through the portal, including Jun-ki who’s the very last face the present-day people see.

Everyone’s baby pictures are on display when they return, and upon hearing that the new princes were given a special advantage, the cast members argue that Suk-jin may need it more than the young’uns.

Now time for the first task: Each prince will run around with plastic hammers trying to take two hearts from the others. The top four will pass through the Sun Door whereas the other six will pass through the Moon Door. And since Ji-hyo and Jun-ki came in last in the present-day, they must procure their own plastic hammers.

We’re told that this 4:6 divide is important because each group will later play different games. To rub salt in the wound, the prince who comes in dead last will no longer be in consideration for the throne. There’s an added incentive to placing within the top four, though Suk-jin doesn’t seem to mind the idea of being eliminated and going home early.

The resounding gong signals the start of the game, and Jun-ki quickly finds himself surrounded. He manages to slip away, leaving Gary and Kwang-soo reluctant to take the first step.

After Ji-hyo finds a hammer of her own, Suk-jin suggests to Kwang-soo to take one of each other’s hearts. But neither are willing to trust one another, so they just end up hitting one another.

Everyone agrees to go after Jun-ki, though when Haha jokingly approaches Gary, he’s more than willing to return the favor. They make swipes at one another, and then Gary happens to walks away with one of Haha’s hearts.

Jong-kook takes one of Suk-jin’s hearts when he’s not looking while Kwang-soo surreptitiously hits Ji-hyo on the back of her head before disappearing moments later. Kwang-soo announces about Jae-suk’s deflated hammer, which allows Haha to hone in on the attack. And then Kwang-soo makes a run for it, keeping his head moving to avoid getting hit.

Jun-ki, however, roars excitedly when he finally finds a hammer of his own. Haneul finds himself between a rock and hard place when Kwang-soo asks him to help but both Jae-suk and Ji-hyo discourage that decision.

While Jun-ki tries to sneak up to another group, he’s in for another surprise: Jong-kook. That prompts a different scuffle where Haha is eliminated, thanks to Jong-hyun.

Meanwhile, everyone agrees that Kwang-soo needs to be eliminated. Ji-hyo takes one of his hearts, only for Haneul to eliminate her out of the game. To make matters worse, Suk-jin runs up to her to hit her again.

After Jae-suk is eliminated, Kwang-soo whispers that their three guests still have two lives remaining. So he lies to the others that he’s already been eliminated in order to get Jong-hyun and secure the top spot.

There’s much more bopping of each other’s heads until Suk-jin’s headband falls off of his head. Jun-ki picks it up to send Suk-jin to jail.

A little later, Gary picks up his second heart from Jun-ki, and now the remaining four battle it out for the other two spots. Jong-hyun beats Haneul to secure third place, whilst Jun-ki gently wins out his battle with Jong-kook.

Each group passes through their respective doors leading to their next mission. The Sun Door leads to water archery where the first person to eliminate their opponents’ dolls wins the game and receives a secret weapon.

Both Jun-ki and Jong-hyun claim that they didn’t do any archery in this sageuk, though Jong-hyun’s character poster begs to differ. He holds several arrows in his hands when he climbs on the platform…

… and then knocks out his own doll. Smoooth. Kwang-soo accidentally hits one of his own too, and he’s soon down to one when Jong-hyun knocks out another. Gary accidentally eliminates himself, and Jae-suk remarks how Jun-ki is trying to look cool while shooting arrows. Well, can you blame him?

Jong-hyun eliminates Kwang-soo just as the latter’s bow breaks, and after shooting more arrows, Jun-ki eliminates himself. As Jong-hyun drinks in the victory, Jun-ki declares that he’ll use his special advantage now.

He chants, completely serious: “The sun and moon, let time be free!” That effectively turns the clock back by 30 seconds, giving Jun-ki a second chance. Too bad Jong-hyun comes out on top, anyway.

The resounding gong signals the losers’ game: mud pit wrestling. Everyone climbs on the platform and tries to stand their ground for thirty seconds. Haha and Suk-jin are eliminated in the first round, but only one of them can be the true loser.

There’s lots of pushing and shoving in the pit, but time is running out. Haha slips off, giving Suk-jin a chance to climb on. But it’s too high, and it’s draw. So Myuk PD changes up the rules: the first to slip off will be their loser.

So they both climb on the platform to wrestle but it quickly becomes clear that they’re evenly matched. Eventually, Haha takes hold and pushes Suk-jin off.

It’s nightfall by the time the final mission rolls around. It seems that despite his elimination Suk-jin still has a role to play. When Jun-ki fails to catch the mission scroll the first time, he asks the staff to throw it once more to, yunno, capture the cool shot.

He hilariously misses the second attempt, but finally catches it on the third try. Suk-jin: “You know they’ll just air this entire segment, right?” Yes, and we loved it.

Now for the final battle: One must collect two nametags themselves by either the traditional nametag ripping method or sit upon the golden pillow, call out someone’s name, and stay put for three whole minutes.

However, that cushion can only be used once. Myuk PD provides some added information, such as that there is a safe zone surrounding said cushion and the person inside may tear off others’ nametags.

Jae-suk gets increasingly annoyed as everyone keeps asking the same question. Then before the game begins, Jong-hyun is privy to his special advantage which we don’t get to see.

Everyone except Suk-jin is allowed entry through the portal, but then we hear his voice booming through the speakers. Once the game begins, Jae-suk spots someone down the hallway.

It’s Jun-ki, who zooms down the hall and slyly asks for some hints. Ji-hyo joins them near the stairwell, arguing that they have to keep moving lest Jong-kook finds them and eliminates them.

The trio agrees to find the moon cushion and recruits Jong-hyun and Haneul to their cause in eliminating Jong-kook. Speaking of the Tiger, Jong-kook appears in the hallway.

Just then, Suk-jin announces the location of the first moon cushion. Jun-ki is the first one to arrive at the lobby, where he’s quickly joined by Kwang-soo. The latter rushes to the cushion, and soon everyone is in the lobby.

In a loud voice, Kwang-soo yells out Gary’s name. Gary, who has been observing the situation on the second floor runs down to prevent his own elimination. Jun-ki tries lunging for Gary’s nametag and spins around to avoid anyone else getting a hold of his back.

Eventually Gary is pinned to the floor, but there’s a definite rip. Uh oh, is that Haha’s nametag? Kwang-soo seemingly comes to his rescue, but then he holds Haha’s nametag high above his own head.

In order to prevent Kwang-soo getting an automatic victory (since he’d also get Gary’s nametag if he holds out for another 30 seconds), Haha calls upon everyone to rip off Kwang-soo’s nametag.

Jong-kook easily pulls Kwang-soo out of the safe zone, and as Jun-ki bends down to eliminate him, Jae-suk steps forward to rip off Jun-ki’s nametag.

Now that Gary is out of the danger zone, he catches his breath before going after Haneul. Just as he’s about to turn the corner, an arm reaches over the divider. Aha, it’s Haneul!

But once Haneul has his back turned, Gary sneaks up behind him and rips off his nametag. As Gary apologizes, a brawny arm reaches for his back. Yep, that’s Jong-kook, who quickly tears off his nametag.

Just as Gary told Haneul that his method of elimination is how this game works, Haneul comes to comfort him with redeemed satisfaction.

Over in jail, Haha finally lights up when he hears of Kwang-soo’s elimination. Turns out Jong-hyun had eliminated him, and Haha welcomes Kwang-soo to jail by spritzing him with water.

Haha confronts Kwang-soo about that moment of betrayal—how could Kwang-soo do that to his ally? But Kwang-soo counters that he couldn’t help it and Haha’s nametag was in his face.

Jun-ki shares that he had a young family member (whether that’s a niece or nephew is unclear since Korean uses the same term “jokka” for both) who was looking forward to him staying in the game till the end. Gary jokes that Jun-ki will post that ripping off nametags is no easy task.

Suk-jin announces the location of the second moon cushion, and this time Jae-suk is the first one to spot it. He declares Jong-kook’s name and the timer begins. All Jae-suk has to do now is hold out for three minutes, and the game is his.

Jong-kook’s name is announced through the speakers, and Jong-kook finds Jae-suk lying on the ground soon enough. He pulls Jae-suk out, as the latter pleads for mercy. Won’t Jong-kook go easy on him, just once?

Another moon cushion is announced, and Jong-hyun is first to arrive. He calls out Jong-kook’s name AND uses his advantage: everyone must stay in place for the two-minute music break. Ah, which means that Jong-hyun only needs to hold out for an additional minute afterward. Smart, smart.

Too bad for him that Ji-hyo, Jong-kook, and Jae-suk are all within eyesight though. The timers teach us that Jong-hyun only needs to hold out for 30 more seconds after the music ends.

But 30 seconds might be more than enough for Jong-kook, who barks at him to get off the cushion. Jong-hyun immediately abides.

Since all four of them have one nametag each, they all need to secure just one more. Jong-kook grabs hold of Jae-suk while Ji-hyo tries to find an opportune moment. Jong-hyun joins in, we hear a rip, and then we fade to black.

We cut back in when it’s time to announce the new reigning monarch… who slips on the stairs. Everyone recognizes Eunuch Ji, who then begrudgingly hands over the royal authority to Jong-kook.

Ten minutes earlier. Jong-kook rips off Jae-suk’s nametag, which makes him the new king. He gets to wear the actual kingly robes used in Moon Lovers, as Jun-ki pouts, “Those were mine.”

King Jong-kook feels awkward about sitting on the throne alone, and Jun-ki vows that he’ll keep practicing his nametag ripping skills to win next time. Although there’s no need since you’ve already captured our hearts.

 
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I'm really surprised by lee junki ?
He should do more variety ?

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Omg yas it's so funny that he doesn't get embarrassed by all the funny spells they had to say and was even so engrossed in his character! No wonder he can do dramatic roles (vampire) so well hahahaha

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I never watched LJK in variety...
His sageuk-ish speech, and regal entrance only to say "Make some noise", hahahahaha... so funny. He's really into the character.

This ep is really amusing!

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I was alrdy laughing after that first bit he did and I never stopped until the ep ended. What a total ham! I cant believe that was really his first time on the show, he is a natural. How is he not a variety star? lol (too busy being in dramas and film? haha)
He was so cute with his fans in the street segment too.

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I read in one of the open threads that he does not like doing variety. I think just because moonlovers is such a big production that he came to promote the show. They probably put it in his contract so he could not wiggle out :)

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Huh really? D: It would explain why he does it so rarely but I wonder why he dislikes it? Ah well :( I suppose if he does comedy in the near future that's just as well. He doesnt do nearly enough comedy dramas. wat a pity.

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Lee JunKi was on Family Outing about 8 years ago, i think his only time. He was wonderful then, too! I hope he uses this opportunity to do more!

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Mannnn, I miss Family Outing! </3

When I finished the Running Man episode, I rewatched his Family Outing Episode and remembed how he was in the same league with Jaesuk and Jongshin. Then it all made sense as to why he didn't at the very end. Haha.

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While that was a fun ep of FO, definitely could tell that LJK was kinda shy (doesn't seem to have a naturally outgoing personality) and that YJS and the others had to draw out his personality, but LJK was certainly game for anything.

And look at LJK now - hamming it up for the camera/viewers w/o any shame of awkwardness.

Quite the change in variety skills.

This ep was fun due to the engaging guests and fun games.

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Not gonna lie - I watched the episode solely because of Scarlet Heart and the need to see more LJK.
He was amazing and that first scene was truly brilliant:
- "I say Jun Ki, you say awesome!"
- "Jun Ki!"
- "Awesome!"

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Saw this. Our princes were so cute. Oh no, LJK is really thin. I hope he gains back some of his weight. KHN looks like a kid who's having a great time here, I love how he's grinning all through out the show. And Jong-hyun form during the archery game looks really, really good. ?

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I read that Lee Jun Ki was asked by the director of Scarlet Heart to get really thin so his razor sharp jaw would add more drama to the role - and also show that he was basically an outcast for years in a harsh environment learning survival skills instead of being a pampered, well-fed prince. LJK says he lost 30 pounds for the role. He really has lost his well-defined arms...let's hope he gains them back. That face though - OMO!!

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30 POUNDS OMG? he was alrdy a slim man! wth PD? I mean he's supposed to be a warrior too right? Oh well I guess the heavy dark robes hide how skinny he got. At least this means he'll eventually gain it back? I'm always concerned when a celeb I like suddenly drops a ton of weight. honestly idek how he had 30 lbs to lose but he's grown and can make his own decisions so..just dont blow away in the wind ljk! i'd miss you lol.

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His majesty Joon Ki's razor sharp jaw DOES kills.

http://i.imgur.com/k12vTJj.jpg

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I think that's actual a candid photo. No photoshop or anything.

Damn that jaw line! Will it cut your face if you kiss him?
#justcurious

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That is some jawline! ?

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I remember that picture ; it's from when he was being discharged.

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This is the first time I see someone that rocks military outfit. He looks as if he's in photoshoot. Those flawless skin...

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srsly he's SO thin. i've not seen him that thin before, i know its reallly hot in Korea atm, maybe he just sweated it all off? haha. if it wasnt intentional weight loss, he'll prob gain it back eventually.

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Lunatic4kd was right. It was intentional weight loss for his role in Scarlet Heart. ? But now that taping's already over, I hope he gained some of his weight back. He's so thin that it looks borderline unhealthy. ?

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I read somewhere that he wants to maintain this weight (50 lousy kg) as long as possible, because he likes it. With his height he is considered underweight weighing less than 62 kg. Thats 12 kg less than his lowest healthy weight. Which is roughly 26 lbs.

Although I don't know if Asian body types are messured with the BMI too.

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Damn, that seems unhealthy.

I've seen KJK's weight listed at around 160-165 lbs, but w/ his bulk, there is no way he weighs that little (180-185 lbs seems more like it).

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Yessss our Goryeo princes were so cute at this eps, watched it for 3 times and never get bored!
Totally in love with KHN's big smile, JHJ's fierceness during archery show and most of all, LJK all out performance which made me fall in love with his real personality. LJK should be part of a variety show, not as guest, but as a member!

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I love you ALL! Kang Haneul is always happy to be in Running Man. I hope they do an episode where the guests would be the actors/actresses they would often guest. Or a special episode where there's a Nametag Ripping Training. Each cast would have a partner that they would train for the final competition. Also, the mini-games would have something to do with agility, wit and forming alliances. At the end, no one would have special items, instead, they would only rely on their skills.

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Lee Junki is AMAZING here & he definitely needs to come back for a revenge episode! lol
Haneul is precious he's so giggly & adorable. His hopelessness in RM games in general is super endearing hahaha he's such a black hole he amuses me every time he comes onto RM. x'D
Jonghyun did a good job perhaps he should have waited a bit later to use his chance card instead of doing it straight away? Oh well, good effort though. He really is good at games.

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I had the same thought, if he used his chance a bit later, but we will never know

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Aw, when those two guys didn't know Kang Haneul. I would have been screaming his name before he asked, lol. It was cute when he was embarrassed for Junki-hyung doing all those cheesy things, while Junki wasn't embarrassed at all.

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He should have approached girls, they would've known him ;) haha i guess he was too shy. what a cutie. he was giggling and blushing for half the ep too!

honestly the best part of LJK's shenanigans was Ha Neul's hopeless laughter and second hand embarrassment at his hyung's actions. LJK's total lack of shame the whole ep was glorious tho.

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Ahahahahaha...
I think the same too! KHN should approached a girl instead of bunch of boys.
Girls will be SCREEEEEEEEEAMING his name on the top of their lung before he asked.

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lee jun ki has this bearable cheesyness that goes along with his personality - playful, funny, and a bit show off XD

it's nice to see him in reality show, he should appear in more variety. he knows how to play with camera and not being boring <3

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I'm super behind on the current RM episodes, but I just *had* to watch this one!

The toy hammer game was fun to watch. Everyone looked silly swinging around their big hammers.

Jong Hyun looked impressive during the archery game.
Kang Haneul was constantly smiling and laughing throughout this episode! He has such a big, dorky grin.
They didn't have many other moments that stood out to me though.

Lee Jun Ki was awesome. I loved his enthusiasm. He was cute and funny. I know he lost weight for Scarlet Heart, but I could really notice how small his face looked during this show. It wasn't obvious in the drama. I wish he lasted longer in the final game. I think he wasn't experienced enough with the Running Man ways~ Lol

LJK needs to come back for another episode and get his revenge! ;)

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Where did Jonghyun get so good at archery ne way? He managed to be pretty precise even while floating in a pool! Did he rly practice that much for his sageuk? im so curious now. he looked really cool tho. and he was the only one of the guests who wasnt HOPELESS at the games. poor ha neul, but he did his Best. and LJK should really appear on variety more often and RM again definitely! I'm still surprised he hasnt been on before. He's been around for a while afterall.
Speaking of which, its so weird to think he's almost 10 years older than the rest of the princes (aside from 1st prince Mu). It doesnt feel that way but he is their Mat-Hyung indeed haha.

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But... but Haneul has always been hopeless in games since his first appearance in RM :D Remember Plaster Haneul?

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I didnt realize he'd been on before! and yeah people who've seen him before say he's totally terrible haha but he has so much fun when he goes anyway, adorable tbh. I hope he appears again soon. I might go back and watch the previous eps he was in at one point.

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Sa! Sa! Sa! ?

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LOL, that was awesome. Hahahaha, SA!

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LOL!!!!!!! :D :D :D

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Soooo much throwback. Omg, this was great.

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Awesome! Thanks for the link.

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Lee Jun Ki, he definitely should do more variety. He has it all, the easy, natural charm, fondness for the camera, he is never boring. I grinned throughout the episode. He is so cheesy but I love him anyway. And Kang Haneul is such a lovable dork, his smile, my god the way he smiles!
I sincerely hope Jun Ki does a modern drama preferably comedy after MLSHRY, after this he must.

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I love this episode.
haneul was so cute.. all smiley like little kid. he always like that when appears on RM. heodang :)
jong hyun was very entusiasthic as always.
lee junki is the big surprise for this episode. I didnt think he can adapt the variety well but I was tottally wrong. he was chessy but funny. he played his role very well..
if I had some complaint, I just need more meat on the men. seriously, junki and jonghyun looked super skinny. I know they were skinny before but not as skinny as now.
anyway thanks for the recaps gummi

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This episode was really funny! I loved the cheesiness of Lee Jun Ki. But I watched this episode the day before I watched Moon Lovers, and the image of LJK on Running Man was so hard to get out of my head! On Moon Lovers, when he would glare or do something epic and serious, I would think of how cheesy he was on Running Man. It definitely colored my opinion of Wang So for at least the first episode, if not the first two. Bad decision.

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The cheesiness of LJK was totally adorable that you couldn't stop smiling! I hadn't watched Moon Lovers before watching this ep as well and this really pushed me to do so. I mean, how could you not after watching the three duke it out here with such flair. XD

I agree that its really hard to take out that image of LJK on running man with his cheesiness and un-embarrassment on his antics which was the opposite of his character on Moon Lovers and I can say the same goes for KHN since he was all smiles and laughter here as opposed to his calm and serious character in Moon Lovers. Seeing how they act here in stark contrast to their characters in Moon Lovers is definitely amusing.

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i really llike lee jun ki here. he is not awkward at all, and seems to be having a great time. looking forward to his next variety show. anyway can i mention how sweet he is to his fans. XD gosh im totally all over him :D

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I think RM got boring lately, but this ep was great, all princes were charming, Lee Jun Ki especially, I never understood his charm before

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Omo first time seeing LJK on variety, he is such a happy energetic eager to win guest. RM should invite him again.

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I had watched this because of LJK only...but i ended up entertained by KHN & Jonghyun as well.
I laughed till the end..so funny.?

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I didn't know I could possibly love Lee Jun Ki even more than I already do. He was the highlight of this episode to me xD

Kang Ha Neul was like a little happy but abit shy kid, sooo effin cute, I didn't expect his real life persona to be like that!! Hong Jonghyun was so good at the games.

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Such an enjoyable episode. Kang Ha neul was like a little kid and Lee Jun Ki was so funny. And as everyone pointed out, so damn thin. Among all the other men there, he was the skinniest. I actually worry for his health.

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Except for My Girl, I have only seen Joon Ki in sageuks. I was a bit weirded out seeing him in his everyday clothes (without the long flowing hair and eye-liner). lol

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Same here. Him in too many sageuks messed up my brain. I can't even recognize him when he's in normal clothes, but I can easily spot him when he's in hanbok

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his only non-sageuk post-army role so far has been Two Weeks. It's a really great drama (action/fugitive on the run thriller) :) He often just wore black clothes there.

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Yes, I wholeheartedly second Lee Jun-Ki's drama Two Weeks. If you haven't seen it yet, watch it. An awesome drama...must see tv!

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He was really adorable here. During May 2013 he was in a Chinese variety show (Happy Camp) and was also fantastic.

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An episode where they integrate the "story" well with the missions, so much fun! Loves the hammer bopping mission, looks so innocent but can be totally mean in practice. Was dying with embarassment for Gary when he schooled Ha-neul on name tag ripping, then got his own ripped seconds later, and Ha-neul was so rubbing it in, lol.
Also, if they are still keeping counts on cheating, Kwang-soo is totally number one on the naughty list!

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Funny, fun episode. I'm watching a bit of their drama; KHN is soooo giggly when he's on RMonday, but doing a great job as 8th prince so far. I usually enjoy LJK in dramas (Ariana, 2 Weeks) and he did a great job on RM. All the guests were engaged and had fun; same as last week. Thanks for recap.

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Lee Jun Ki cracked me up! lool
He's dorky and a bit show off. He should do more variety shows I promise!!

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"As one of my people?"
ME, ME!!!! I am one of your people, Teacher! aaah please cmon not fair.

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Jun Ki was so serious and funny at once and I am very confused about Kang Ha Neul now. based on things people say about him you really dont expect such a dork who giggles like a big teletubby.
the moment when Ji Hyo had already lost her hearts and got hammered some more on top was so funny

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Kang Haneul often defaults to giggles! He's full of giggles!
I suggest watch him in his previous Running Man appearances, Youth Over Flowers Iceland & some of Junki's Scarlet Heart interview videos on V App! :)
He's just adorably squishy lololol

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Thanks for the info! /googles shows/ :D

I haven't seen him in any variety shows before so it was surprising seeing him all giggly. xD

It's quite a difference from his character in Scarlet Heart. LOL

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Thanks for the recap!

The name tag ripping scene of Haneul's tag getting ripped and then Gary's right after was hilarious. Haneul went from sad to happy and Gary went from gloating to embarrassment in an instant. It was really entertaining to see.

After seeing Kwang-soo talk about how it was too hard for him to not betray HaHa, I wonder if RM could construct a game where the other members are on a secret mission to prevent Kwang-soo from betraying anyone; if he does, everyone loses.

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Lee jun ki crack me up! He is fucking shameless...how he is not cringing???

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Cool to see and have Lee Jun-Ki, Kang Haneul, & Hong Jong-hyun as the guests on Running Man this time.

Off the bat, recognized the Game of Thrones intro music. But the music playing during the mud pit wrestling scene between Haha and Suk-jin...I know I've heard it before but at the moment I can't place the drama it's from. Does anyone happen to know the title of the song and recall the kdrama its from?

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I haven't enjoyed RM the last few months.but had to watch this for LJG.so totally worth it.KHN, you're such a giggly man.I couldn't forget their RM persona while watching Moon Lovers the next 2 days after RM airing I ended up giggling too.

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Ha Neul is just so embarassed XD I would have never thought he'd be so shy to even just go up to people!

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Ok, LJG, I'm not even that crazy about your dramas but after this show you were elevated to my top 3 list. Enjoy Kim Soo Hyun's and Song Joon Ki's company

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Somebody knows what is the tittle lee joon gi backsound ?

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I fell in love with Kang Ha Neul after this. How can you not love that adorable giggly boy so full of joy to be on the show?

I found it a bit jarring that LJK hammed it up to the camera so much. The other participants seem to ignore that the cameras are there. I don't watch RM regularly so I'm not sure if it's a normal thing?

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Love every moment of this episode. It was hilarious from start to finish. The 3 princes were so shy but yet, the crew made them comfortable. I would had never guessed for LJG to be so good at variety. All his roles (recently) has always been very serious. He's so full of life and seems really down to earth.

I just love Ha Neul and Jong Hyun, especially Jong Hyun. He's just full of smiles :) It's totally opposite from his role in the drama. They need to be more varieties and interviews.

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OMG poor Ha-neul picked two wrong guys, was he too shy to ask the girls?surely girls would have known his name. Lee Joon-ki was so hilarious, manso determined to be good on the show since it's his first time. But overall I love Jong-hyun in this! He was so cool and all RM casts seemed to admire him by their compliments to him.

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