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[Spoilers] Song Ji Hyo gets the princess treatment on 'Running Man'

By MountainMadman   Sunday, September 15, 2013   69,538   774   118
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As the lone female member on 'Running Man', our 'ace/blank' Song Ji Hyo has had a tough time keeping up with the fast-paced show. For the latest episode, however, she was given the full-scale royal treatment in a well-deserved princess episode!


With the remainder of the cast and the guests -- Big Bang's Seungri, Daesung, and G-Dragon -- divided into teams vying for her affection, they were put through a series of challenges to win over her heart, including a muddy bungee cord race, a competition to see which team knew Ji Hyo best, and finally, a water exercise which saw some of the show's funniest moments yet.


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Earning a series of Ji Hyo-themed playing cards throughout the games, the final mission saw the three teams pitted against the actress in a high-stakes game of numbers and psychology, where they would have the chance to exchange their own cards to create a number higher than the princess's own.


However, Ji Hyo ended up outsmarting all of the three teams, and earned some more gold for herself as a special prize.


Check out the full episode below!





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skyler Sunday, October 6, 2013

LOVE IT

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heyitssavvy Thursday, September 19, 2013

I can't wait to watch this episode! It looks hilarious as always haha I loved the king of idols episode last week haha ;

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farahanani Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Finally! :D

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