Be honest, who hasn’t wanted to photobomb Google Map’s Street View? It’s something that only a select few can claim they have accomplished. This friendly dog is one of them.
Jukdo is a very small island off the coast of South Korea. It’s only about 133 acres, and yet a large portion of its street view pictures on Daum, a South Korean version of Google, contain a photo of a golden dog.
It seems as though while the street photographer made his or her way around the island, a canine companion followed them around. Perhaps the pooch was acting as a tour guide.
And over here we have beautiful shrubbery. This is also my favorite trail to walk on in the mornings.
Watch your step!
Come on, what’s taking you so long?
What do you mean there’s no time to stop for a picnic?
No matter where the photographer went, the dog was not far behind. The dog followed the photographer up and down hills, through dark, wooded areas, and through countless fields.
The pictures appears to have been taken in July 2010 and while we love exploring Jukdo with this fluffy dog, we would love to see an updated street view — with the dog of course!
Want to explore Jukdo yourself? You can do that here.
(H/T: The Verge)