At 5:40 AM, the direct flight from Singapore arrives, carrying the Chipsters and Kelly and Jon. BuffJon admits that being in South Korea, knowing he was only a hundred kilometers or so from the border, made him feel a little edgy. Kelly says that they know the Chipsters are right on their tail, but they have no idea where the rest of the teams are. We cut to the very crowded vehicle into which the other teams have been stuffed. It looks like ClownJon and Al aren't even able to sit down -- is that possible, on a three-hour drive? My sister and I shared the back seat of a Dodge Aspen for six weeks when I was ten, and I think if one of us had had to scrunch over the back seat, it would have been a lot worse, in the "much more bloodshed" sense.
Back at the airport, the Chipsters depart. Reichen says that coming to South Korea was a surprise to him. It's not clear whether he thinks it's good news or bad news, but I think it's good news that he's out of the yellow shorts and into a pair of khakis. They struggle with the language barrier too, but they eventually seem to just decide to suck it up and go with the driver they have.