The first mission was that one of the team had to hang from a high bar while the other two went looking for the things in the Myeong-Dong. Lee Hyun-woo’s innocence and resignation once again showed when he had to hang on the high bar with Kim Woo-bin. Kim Woo-bin aggressively put his opponents down by hitting them with his long legs, including Lee Hyun-woo, until he lost his grip. Poor Hyun-woo 🙁
The second mission was in a coffee shop. This was a stare-down contest, and whoever blinked first lost the mission. It might sound seemed easy, but the cast was staring at each other making really funny faces!! We know all about Kim Woo-bin’s competitive spirit, so it was no surprise that the black team once again won the second mission.
The last mission referred to the hint scene in the beginning of the episode: looking for an ancient script in the National Museum at Seoul. Among the nine cast, there were two spies that could eliminate the other cast, as long as they wrote the name of the cast in the right way (well, we already know who were the two spies in the beginning).
The adorable Lee Hyun-woo was once again (and the other ‘again’ later) tricked by Lee Kwang-soo, who was pursuing him to join the alliance. Lee Kwang-soo ended up betraying our lovely boy Lee Hyun-woo as he collaborated with Kim Woo-bin. The naive Lee Hyun-woo let Kim Woo-bin write his name on the blank sky-colored nametag, and his elimination was announced.
As everyone could predict, Kim Woo-bin won this game with his cunning plans. He also betrayed his fellow spy Lee Kwang-soo by eliminating him, and got the ancient script for himself! However, Lee Hyun-woo was the handsome-adorable-naive young boy who was facing all the obstacles with his sweet, big smile. Aw, he’s cute and pitiful at the same time!