It is finally the time for us to end this long seven part coverage by bringing you people into the “Idol Village” where G7 filmed for the past year. Now that Invincible Youth has finished airing on KBS, these following shots will definitely bring you much memories of all the casts of the show.
G7 Maknae Hyunah welcomes you to Idol Village 아이돌존.
Wang Yuchi and Chanran’s new house was just completed.
These pots possibly contains various sauces, but we did not open them.
Pureum’s humble little shed, which do not look that big isn’t it?
Look who’s guarding the toilet and the chickens?
Pureum always seem eager to get out during our visit.
The “Invincible Youth” family.
Those are rabbits in the cage if the photo is poor.
The humble kitchen where many meals are cooked.
Hyomin introduces the G7 crops.
All of them seems ready to be harvested, but it’s difficult to differentiate them.
The “new” shed that was built in front of the crops.
If you can’t make out what are those, they are long beans hanging from the trees. (Not a G7 produce)
It took us a whopping four months to bring you this basic “KAvenyou Korea Free & Easy” guide to hopefully help anyone who wishes to explore the beautiful country on their own, but do not speak the language more confidence. It is really not that difficult even without joining a guided tour, as all you need is to spend some time doing more preparation research.
The most important thing is that Koreans are not rude and unfriendly people as per what we always hear from colleagues and friends. How that belief came about is still a myth to us, because Koreans are really helpful people even if they do not speak your language. We will like to thank all our followers for your patience as this took a long time to complete, and also pardon us if the photos are poor. All these photos are taken with a normal point-and-shoot camera, and not a professional DSLR. Even though we have completed our coverage, there will be more things to come from us and do feel free to drop us your questions as well.