Layout of Package
The concert itself is split into the first two discs, about 72 and 80 minutes long, respectively. This concert was really well-put together, especially because the members of Infinite really know how to connect with the audience and keep the mood lively. Infinite performed majority of their songs, ranging from the First Invasion album to the repackaged Paradise album. They danced to their main songs and sang their ballads very beautifully, bringing various emotions and changing the atmosphere with their diverse types of songs. Infinite members also had solo and duet stages, showing each of the member's specific musical interests. The concert begins with an opening scene of the members acting out a thrilling chase scene. It was also fun and very entertaining seeing a segment of Infinite playing typical variety games, such as the pepero game. Towards the end, each member gave a deeply emotional statement, which was very heartfelt and touching. I was so moved by the entire concert that I couldn't stop tearing up from the beginning. This DVD made me almost feel like I was actually at the concert.
The third disc contains special features, broken up into 4 sections: a member profile, a look at the days leading up to the concert, a rehearsal stage, and the day of the concert. To my pleasant surprise, each feature was quite long and extensive. Each section gave thorough insight to all of the involvement in the final days leading up to the concert. There are mini interview sessions, like that of a documentary/mockumentary, giving the viewer the members' reflections on themselves and each other. There are also many scenes in this disc that finally allow me to understand those random GIFs on Tumblr. These special features are actually very interesting and entertaining, making me want to buy more concert DVDs just to see the different features! The one minor detail I didn't like was throughout the second part, they kept playing the song 'Levels' by Avicii every time they asked a question. I would have preferred if they had played an Infinite song, sense this is an Infinite DVD.
Overall, the Second Invasion: First Concert Live in Seoul DVD is a very elegant set that is well worth the price (and is reasonable considering everything it comes with and the packaging). The concert was longer than I had expected, and I even had to take breaks in between to cool down from fangirling so much. Before I had only enjoyed Infinite through their albums and video clips online, but watching an actual concert on the TV brings everything to a whole new level. This is absolutely amazing and spectacular, simple as that.