The new members assemble in the first country on their journey: Kenya. Before heading out on safari, Shu-mai learns he shares a birthday with Su-su.
The members visit Kibera, the largest slum on the continent. They stop by the Ainori school that was founded in 2005 and meet some of its graduates.
Without his cellphone, U-zi doesn't know how to tell if Kou likes him back. To get her to notice him, he does something a little strange.
After a tandem bicycle outing, Shu-mai talks to Su-su. With U-zi still thinking about leaving, the members head to the highlands for a race.
U-zi, who’s never asked a girl out before, musters the courage to confess to Kou. The Love Wagon makes its way into the next country: Uganda.
Hide gets a chilly reception. Encouraged by Husky, Shu-mai tries to talk to Su-su along the White Nile, but she has her eye on someone else.
Haribo's health worsens, worrying Su-su in particular. The members meet "Uganda's ugliest man," one of the country's many disabled people.
With help from his friends, Shu-mai gets a makeover, and one of the members takes a liking to Hide. The group speaks with some former child soldiers.
Hide and the driver take Shu-mai to see a love shaman, who prescribes a magical meal to capture Su-su's affections. Then Haribo returns to the van.
One couple's blossoming love shows signs of strain during an overnight camping trip to Lake Victoria. Su-su decides to confess to Haribo.
The Love Wagon rolls on to Rwanda, where new members await: dance instructor Yuina and ninja buff Joy-kun. Ill with typhoid, Kou goes on ahead.
At a rural hospital, the members observe the country's drone delivery system for blood transfusions. They also learn about the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
With Kou and Yuina out sick, Husky is the only female member on the love wagon. When she gets sick too, the men try to think of ways to cheer them up.
Joy-kun asks the staff to have Husky meet him outside; O-ji worries about Kou, who's still very ill. Next the members visit Lake Kivu.
O-ji plans a surprise for Kou while camping on an island in Lake Kivu, but a fierce storm stops him. The next morning, Kou makes an announcement.
The remaining five members board a plane to Tanzania, where two new members join: idol cafe proprietor Aonyan and former host club manager Genove.
Husky decides to spend the day with Genove, to Joy-kun's frustration. The members visit the famous archaeological site of Laetoli.
As Genove causes a stir amongst the members, Hide proposes climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, a challenge that ended prematurely for him 15 years ago.
The members begin their six-day trek to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. During the long ascent, Joy-kun tries to connect with Husky.
On the final leg of the trek, all seven members make their way to the top of the summit, but the extreme conditions take a physical toll.
Husky reflects on her mountain trek and how it's affected her view of Joy-kun. Having finished the climb, Hide informs the group about a big decision.
Aonyan gives Genove her response to his confession. The remaining members move on to Zanzibar, where Husky opens up to Joy-kun about her past.