Watch: This Sweet Proposal Video Was Shot in 26 Countries!

During his college career, Jack Hyer spent a total of four months abroad, traveling over 100,000 miles visiting 26 different countries around the world. The University of Montana graduate proves he'd walk 500 more miles to be the man who marries Rebecca Strellnauer, his college sweetheart, in a touching and funny proposal video that he created for her!

"I've seen the world and back. I've been on many adventures. I've traveled on elephant, on camelback, hiked to the lowest point on the earth and I've gotten to see some of the highest. But the best adventure I've had was loving Becca," he says. 

In fact, he knew she was The One from the moment he met her. After going out on their first date, which took place on September 30, 2010, he wrote in his travel journal that "I'm going to marry this girl eventually."

After this life-changing epiphany, it took him four years of planning to bring his proposal vision to life. The end result features Hyer lip-syncing to "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers at iconic destinations including Ankor Wat, the Serengeti Desert, The Great Wall of China, The Golden Gate Bridge and more. Sure, the camera is a little shaky at times and the lip-dubbing can be off, but that's what makes it even more adorable:

Hyer proposed on May 17, the night of their college graduation, under the guise of showing her his 'graduation video.'

Congratulations to the happy couple! 

Plus, check out 48 Heartwarming Proposal Stories.

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—Stefania Sainato

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