With Father's Day just around the corner, kids all over the world are readying crayons to draw taller, more hirsute versions of their dads to thank them for doing daddy deeds. But much to his detriment, one Chinese dad got his child's artwork early -- in his passport, of all places. And now, he can't cross international borders.\n\nAfter an exceptionally creative 4-year-old child saw the back page of his father's Chinese passport as the perfect canvas for a black biro pen, South Korean authorities reportedly won't accept the doodle-covered document. According to Metro, the man likely won't be permitted to return to China with his son without further documentation. \n\nA photo of the revamped passport page was posted to the Chinese social media site Weibo, with a message that, according to the Huffington Post, says the man, known so far as Chen, "can't return to the country... What is [he] to do? Please help". \n\n\t\n\t\tDad left stranded in South Korea after his toddler did this to his passport... http:\/\/t.co\/lEhtEbkaJH pic.twitter.com\/lB8wAygYOL\n\t\u2014 Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) June 2, 2014\nThe well-meaning kid probably thought his scribbles would improve his father's travel experience -- after all, now his dad has fuller lips, wicked facial hair, and tons of friends, including what looks like a bear and a possibly a chef, based on the passport composition.\n\nDespite South Korean officials rejecting the artwork, we reckon the child's drawings are still totally worthy of hanging on the fridge.\n\nChloe Pantazi is an editorial assistant on Thrillist's travel team. Yes, that's a British accent. No, she doesn't watch Doctor Who. Follow her on Twitter at @ChloePantazi.