BTS continued their “entertainment quiz show” competition in Run BTS!‘s new episode.
While J-Hope and Jin did well in the last episode, the duo struggled to score points this time. It seemed as if the younger members were making all the guesses and correctly at that. Coming to the end of the competition, it appeared that Jin and J-Hope might never catch up with the rest.
In the last round, BTS played an old but familiar game to Run BTS! viewers as they guessed their own songs in charades. The members acted out titles and lyrics that the others must correctly recite to score points. The choreography was forbidden!
This round was make-or-break for the boys as they would be able to score 100 points! It was nearly two years since they last played the game, and some did better than others.
The staff decided to overturn the game at the last minute. They recognized that 990 points were needed to score the coveted prize of premium Korean beef. Considering the lowest score of 310 for J-Hope and Jin’s team, the director announced that the very last question of charades would score the winning team a whopping 600 points!
Right before being given the last question, Jimin acted out lyrics for “Dionysius.” Things were looking up for J-Hope and Jin, and they scored 100 points, moving them up to a total of 410 points.
With a minor change to the final scoring, the staff gave everyone one last fighting chance as the last question would now score the team 580 points. Whoever guessed first and correctly would win the game!
This time, one of the staff participated in the game, acting out the song. It didn’t take long before Jin, RM, and V raised their hands to guess. By just a few seconds, Jin beat out the others. However, his guess was not correct.
It seemed as if maybe RM and V would have it after all, but Jin was given one more chance, and he took it! Lucky for him, he did!
Jin successfully guessed the lyrics, winning the game and the beef for himself, J-Hope, and Suga who was out for recovery from surgery.
So remember not to give up, especially when the game gets tough. The game isn’t over until it’s over!