The following "Map of Corea" was made in 1922. The Korean title of the map is "Daehanminguk Dido" (대한민국 디도), which means "Map of the Republic of Korea." The title suggests that independence-minded Koreans made the map to show Korea as an independent state. At the time, Korea was a colony of Japan.
The Korean island of Ulleungdo is labeled on the map as "울릉도" (Ulleungdo) and "울도" (Uldo). "Dokdo" (Liancourt Rocks) was not shown on the map. In fact, the border of the map stops at 130 degrees E. longitude, which means that since "Dokdo" (Liancourt Rocks) is located beyond 130 degrees at 131.52 degrees E. longitude, the independence-minded Koreans who made the map apparently did not consider it to be a part of Korean territory or, at best, not important enough to show on the map. The map also shows the Sea of Japan labeled as "대한해" (Sea of Korea). The map is stored in Korea's "Independence Hall Museum."