A study of the territorial dispute between Japan and Korea over Liancourt Rocks, a small cluster of barren, rocky islets in the Sea of Japan that Japanese call Takeshima and Koreans call Dokdo.
Thank you, Gerry.This is very interesting video. I could see 孔岩 and 一本立. By the way, what "노을 빛에 물던 현포마을" means? It was on the scene of tiny port.
You are welcome, Kaneganese.I thought the video was interesting, too. The Korean you asked about means, "Hyeunpo (玄浦) Village Colored by the Sunset"
Dok-do is korean area... Someday... you must know it..
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