Society Game is a mock society game show in a controlled village environment. 22 contestants compete against each other by staying in the village for a period of 14 days. If the contestants successfully complete the challenges given to them and survive until the end, the reward of a 150 million won (approximately $150,000 USD) would be given to them.
Episode 2x12; Nov 10, 2017
2x12: Final Challenge
2x11: Memory Tower
2x10: Unlock Relay
2x9: Multi Count
2x8: Memory Hold'em
2x7: Color Punch
2x6: Cube Code
2x5: Triangular Tug of War
2x4: Rocking Bridge
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