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Dokdo & East Sea

Dokdo in the East Sea is Korean territory, geographically and by international law. Japan's attempts to seize Dokdo deny historical records.

Not only has the East Sea designation been in continuous use for over 2,000 years, it is also inappropriate to name a sea after a single country. In this menu, we provide the Korean government's official positions on Dokdo and the East Sea, accompanied by related historical records and multimedia content.

Start of the Korean Peninsula Dokdo

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East Sea and Dokdo through Maps and Photos

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Basic Position of the Goverment of the Republic of Korea on Dokdo


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