In the collection of ‘Dokdo on old maps’, we’ve looked at how Dokdo was drawn and marked on old maps, which are different depending on the range of region which produce old maps and the times of production. For example, Dokdo was confirmed on the world map, a complete map of Joseon, a map of all the provinces, (produced by Gangwon-do), a map of Goeul, (produced by Ulleung-do, Usan-do (produced by Dokdo), and 《Cheonggu-do》, a first national map by Jeongho Kim. Last, an old Japanese map made in Japan, which marked Dokdo (Usan-do) as Joseon territory, was introduced.

  • Dokdo found on the Map of the World
  • Dokdo found on the Map of the Early Joseon Dynasty
  • Dokdo found on the Map of the Late Joseon Dynasty
  • Dokdo found on the Map of Dobyeol
  • Dokdo found on the Map of Villages
  • Dokdo found on the Jeongho Kim’s Map
  • Old Japanese Map Where Dokdo Cannot Be Found
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