The island of Jukdo lies off the coast of South Korea and, although it is a picturesque island, there are very few inhabitants.
In fact, a 2004 census revealed that only a family of three calls this place their home. It is less than half a mile long and only a third of a mile wide, and there are no roads. That makes it difficult if you are part of Google Earth and are trying to map the place with a Google street car – how are you supposed to drive around with no roads?
Thankfully, there is an answer – this backpack, which is used for the remotest of locations.
This is something Google maps provider Daum is used to, and he was the one who had to go to Jukdo to map it. But on this particular trip, he found he wasn’t alone.
This dog kept Daum company the whole way around the tiny island and on the way, he managed to get into almost every photo.
Nobody really minds, the camera just loves him.
As the island is tiny, the dog didn’t get too tired wandering around with him. Having to visit remote places with a giant robot backpack doesn’t sound like the best job in the world, but if you get to meet dogs, that must make it a whole lot better. Sign me up!