Although I think Jun is a difficult egotistical princess, I have to agree with her on how spoiled a lot of the other people are. Geez, people, do a dish every now and then. It's not like you have anything else to do. I also identify with her as a chef; I think she can't be all bad if she cooks all those nice meals for everyone. I think a lot of the ego is an act, it doesn't seem natural to her. She talks a lot faster when she's being like that, and looks around a lot.
And speaking of acting, I think Robert really redeemed himself last night, his "I hate Erika" act broke down and people saw him for real, crying and missing his daughter. I think that will happen to a lot of the people in the remaining weeks, and we'll get to see who's who for real.
One thing I am enjoying about this season is that I generally have no idea what is going to happen. I don't know if the dynamic is different or if they are just editing better, but in the past I've often been right in my predictions of what is going to go down. This year I've usually had no idea, and objectively that is what makes good TV. Subjectively, I feel like a moron, since I am usually a pretty good judge of people, and wish I could predict it better.