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1. KOREAN'S TOKDO ISLAND IN THE EAST SEA
2. A HISTORICAL STUDY OF KOREAN'S TITLE TO TOKDO
(1) The first written records on Tokdo
(2) First Japanese Record on Tokdo
(3) Disputes over Ullungdo and Tokdo at the End of the 17th Century
(4) Meiji Government's Reconfirmation of Korea's Title to Tokdo
(5) Chosun Dynasty's Re-development of Ullungdo and Tokdo and Imperial Oridinance No.41
(6) Japan's Annexation of Tokdo
(7) Korean Government's Reaction
(8) SCAPIN NO.677 and Reversion of Tokdo
(9) A Need to Change Korean Policy toward Tokdo
3. HISTORICAL RECORD(KOREA. JAPAN. ETC.)
4. JAPAN'S CLAIM OVER TOKDO AND KOREAN REFUTATION
1 KOREAN'S TOKDO ISLAND IN THE EAST SEA
Korea's Tokdo Island is 92kilometers southeast of the island of Ullungdo, marking the eastern boundary of the country. Tokdo is located a 37°14′18″north latitude and 131°52′12″east longitude. Its administrative district and adress is San 1∼37 Tokdo-ri, Ullung-up, Ullung-gun Country, Kyongsangbuk-do Province, Korea.
Tokdo comprise 34 rock islets, including the two most prominent, Tongdo and Sudo.
Tongdo on the east is 99.4 meters above sea level, is 64,698 square meters in size. And Sudo on the west is 174 meters above sea level is 91,740 square meters in size. Therefore, Including a reef, Tokdo's total is 186,173 squre meters.
Tokdo comes from the word Sukdo, "rock island." In the dialect of Ullungdo, Sukdo, the main of Tokdo, is pronounced "tokdo." Tokdo was formed 4.5∼2.5 million years ago. It is mostly volcanic tuff and other volcanic rock.