After a quick explanation of voting, the show transitions to the competitors arriving at Planet Camp. After the standard sanitizing and temperature checks, they all check into their assigned rooms grouped by cell. It’s hard to tell, but the rooms look no larger than a Japanese business hotel, which is pretty small compared to western standards. I could be wrong.
There’s not much to cover here. Girls see presents, get their uniforms and such. Some skin products, cameras, diaries, etc. etc. Pretend to be excited over receiving such things depending on the group. I guess the important thing is that all these girls, despite their language differences, are bonding, or “connecting,” as the show likes to tell us. They were getting that team unity levelled up.
And yes, there is also the overall bonding with everyone in the building since these girls will be stuck with each other for a while, so why not try to get along?
The following day some of the girls woke up early in preparation for a possible morning mission. Having watched other idol survival shoes such as the Produce series, they know they are in for something and don’t want to be caught off guard.
Well, not all of them.
The morning mission is to find the baby pictures of each of your cell mates, place them into a board and show it to the producers. If you get it right, then you get to put it on the wall and mission done.