Yassan, 31, quit his job for two reasons: He wanted to travel around Japan and draw a message using GPS. He started on June 30, 2008, and documented his journey as he spells out his marriage proposal using GPS complete with arrow-struck heart to his girlfriend. Talk about hitting two birds in one stone.
He traveled mostly on foot and recorded his experiences in seven chapters starting from Hokkaido island.
His journey ended January 2, 2009 in Hyodo Cliff on Kyushu island.
He was also awarded a Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest GPS Drawing at 7, 164kms long.
Watch this video documentary titled as “Letter” that he made in broken english, but with the most romantic marriage proposal ever. It took him 6 months, but his girlfriend said yes, of course.