Buzz·Posted on Feb 22, 2018This Is What The Pyeongchang Olympic Village Looks Like From The InsideA peek into the best of the best's off-hours digs.by Seiichiro Kuchiki朽木誠一郎 BuzzFeed News Reporter, JapanFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink While we've been watching all of the amazing Winter Olympics action onscreen over the past weeks, there's another side of the games we haven't seen as much: life in the Olympic Village. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Olympic Village is where athletes and their teams stay during the games. Technically, there are two Olympic villages this year: Athletes participating in snow events are staying at the Pyeongchang village, while athletes playing ice sports are staying at Gangneung. And based on our Instagram sleuthing, life in the Olympic Village(s) looks a lot like a college dorm — if, ya know, you went to college with hundreds of international athletes. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Check out this shot of all of the competing countries' flags against that perfect blue sky. There's this humongous and apparently climbable set of Olympic rings... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Is there anything Olympic athletes can't climb, TBH? As well as fun mascots all over the place... View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @krisspiridonova Here's skier Kristina Spiridonova from Russia, posing with Soohorang, the white tiger mascot for the Pyeongchang Olympics. Plus a pretty simple, but homey setup: View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This was posted by the Hungarian skiier Elizabeth Swaney, who captioned it with, "After ~30 hours of travel, #olympicvillage arrival and best #bed ever!" Parts of the Olympic Village look downright campus-y, in a way... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Here's a couple of international volunteers taking a stroll through the village. Or just like one big awesome athlete sleepover... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Canada's Vincent De Haître and Julien Bahain are giving us weekend plans (and pajamas) goals already. ...with some serious bathrobe game. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Can someone ask the American speed skater Brian Hansen where we can get one?? Athletes! They snack just like us! View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Italian speed skater Arianna Fontana has the right idea here, you guys. They get their nails done, too! View this photo on Instagram instagram.com In team colors, of course. The Olympic Village plaza even has a beauty salon... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This one was posted by skier Miroslav Rypl from the Czech Republic. ...a giant cafeteria... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Now this just takes us back to our own dining hall days. ...which prepares a buffet that feeds up to15,000 people every day... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Here's Pavel Datsyuk (left), a hockey player from Russia, and Evgeni Krasnopolski, an Israeli figure skater. ...and, of course, a fitness center: Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Getty Images (Apparently, even Olympians have to share the squat rack!) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Honestly, life in the Olympic Village looks pretty freakin' fun... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Who among us hasn't killed time before a midterm/ultimate international athletic competition with a little foosball? ...and not entirely unlike college dorm life. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com These two Olympians from the Czech Republic could honestly be you and your old roommie, amirite? Except, well, for the fact that literally everyone is a world-class athlete. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com That's a thing, we guess. In any case, here's hoping that everyone in the Olympic Village is enjoying that downtime... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com ...and bringing their A game to the competition! To keep up with all of our coverage on the games, click here! This post was translated from Japanese.