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Penalty used in Episode 82
Benefit revealed in Episode 65
Director: V; Standby/timer: Jimin; Slate operator: Jungkook; Props master: Jin; Stylist: J-Hope; Mental care: RM; Snacks: Suga; Cast members/actors: BTS.
This was the first episode made available on both V Live and Weverse.
BTS play the board game BTS Marble. Blue Team wins.
J-Hope, Jin, and Suga carry out their punishment from episodes 90 and 92 by wearing sunflower headbands at the airport when BTS return to Korea.
The penalty is carried out in episode 117.
BTS members are introduced to floristry. A guest florist reveals the birth flower of each of the members and teaches them how to make boutonnières. The members then create various flower arrangements of their own design.
(This is the final episode with “Idol” as the opening theme.)
To celebrate the show’s 100th episode, BTS members do upgraded versions of missions they enjoyed doing in previous episodes. The members play a quiz about previous Run BTS episodes to determine who will be given the privilege to choose his group members.
(This is the first episode with “ON” as the opening theme.)
(Jin, V, & Jungkook)
· Team Kim Seok-jin ( Suga, RM, và Jimin )
This was the last episode aired before the show went on its first hiatus of the year for the release of BTS’ Break the Silence documentary.
This was the last episode aired before the show went on its second (and final) hiatus of the year, for the release of the BTS In the Soop reality series.
RM and Jimin carry out their penalty from episodes 98–99 by wearing work pants and rubber shoes.
Jimin and Jungkook carry out their punishment from episode 114 by wearing spangled t-shirts for the day.
BTS play a modified version of Mafia, set in the BTS Village during the 1900s: the members act as former residents of BTS Village with the goal of finding who among them broke the ARMY headstone.
Episodes set in BTS Village make up the “BTS Village universe” (as explained in episode 146). “Reply BTS Village” is preceded by Season 2’s “Protect the BTS Village” (episodes 48–49), and “followed by Season 3’s “BTS Village: Joseon Dynasty” (episodes 146–148).
A condensed version of the special was aired on episode 59 of Baek’s reality cuisine show, Delicious Rendezvous, on SBS TV on January 28, 2021.
J-Hope and V carry out their punishment from episode 124 by wearing spangle t-shirts.
In a collaboration between Run BTS and TV producer-director Na Young-seok’s The Game Caterers,[h] BTS members take on challenges and missions akin to the popular variety shows Na had produced. Jimin wins. In the end, the members receive gifts from Game Caterers.
This is the last episode before the show goes on hiatus.
(This is the final episode with “ON” as the opening theme.)
BTS play a Mafia–treasure hunt hybrid game in the BTS Village, now set in the Joseon Dynasty. The members act as Joseon-era residents of the village and have to find the missing piece of the broken (in episode 121) ARMY headstone to return to 2021. They must correctly guess who among them are the Thieves trying to distract them in their search, and avoid being caught by the royal army or receive a penalty. Clues to the location of the missing piece are hidden throughout the village. Each member is additionally given an individual mission to carry out and can receive a “superpower” to aid their search if they successfully complete it. The game comprises two rounds. The losing team will be flogged by the winning team.
Episodes set in BTS Village make up the “BTS Village universe” (as explained in this episode). “BTS Village: Joseon Dynasty” is preceded by Season 2’s “Protect the BTS Village” (episodes 48–49), and Season 3’s “Reply BTS Village” (episodes 121–122).