You Need To See How Cute Sung Kang And His Dog DaeJi Are
Written by Alex Harrington

Sung Kang, known for his performances in the Fast & Furious franchise and Power, may well be best known for his connection to the car scene, but if you follow him on his social media (you should do, by the way), you’d know he’s as big an animal lover than he is car lover.

It was only earlier this year when he adopted DaeJi, his beautiful Labradoodle (probably a Labradoodle, I need to check with Sung!), and since then, DaeJi has received so much love from fans. Not only because he’s the cutest dog you’ll see this year – and possibly next – but because Sung and DaeJi make one hell of a team.

It didn’t take long for DaeJi to sink into his new home, as can be seen here…

And it definitely didn’t take long for him to show off his unexpected talent. He was born for the UFC, as you can see from the moves he pulls below.

And when he’s not putting his paws up, he’s either looking for attention from his master, or wanting to get a good nap in…

 

 

… in the most uncomfortable of positions.

A few days ago it was DaeJi’s birthday, and Sung couldn’t help but crack out the candles, balloons, and the party hats to celebrate his dog being one year old. He even got the birthday boy a cake – dog-friendly, of course.

We love these guys, and love to see DaeJi grow up through Sung’s Instagram. And come on, we can’t say we all wouldn’t love a hug from him! … That’s DaeJi, not Sung. Although…

Say hey to DaeJi in the comments below and let us know where you want Sung to take him next year.

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