The following pictures will make you do some serious pondering upon your life choices. What are you doing with your life sitting at a office desk? What did you do for your honeymoon? Well, this couple from South Korea chose to drive from their home country to Europe! Meet Jang and Sunny. They chose the Hummer H1 for their humble commute across continents.
The two were recently married and in mid April they were all set to commence a journey of their lifetimes. Considering it was a Hummer, their final fuel stop before setting off must've taken a while, filling up jerry cans to take along.
This was perhaps taken before the two settled in for a 24 hour ferry into Vladivostok, Russia.
The energy, the enthusiasm was presumably high, but this picture depicts that perhaps the temperatures were not.
On their way up, they also had a chance to mingle with a Hummer club in Mongolia.
It is not all smooth driving when you plan to traverse through half the globe. Mongolia was especially a difficult terrain, as is understood by their posts on Instagram.
By around May, the might Hummer entered into Germany. Their rough itinerary leading to Deutschland would include crossing through Russia - Mongolia - Kazakhstan - Ukraine - Poland - Czech Republic – Germany.
The two also had a chance to attend a wedding in Russia, and the couple getting married seems quite chuffed about making some pictures around the Hummer.
The couple finally arrived at the Koenigsegg factory in Sweden, where there were greeted by the employees.
But, what do you do post returning from a Hollywood kind adventure such as this. Wouldn't it feel like life has suddenly slowed down? Jang and Sunny have a simple solution, plan a new saga. Yep, they have a Western Europe tour on the cards in future.
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