Ulleungdo was depicted as Matsu-shima (Dagelet I.) and Liancourt Rocks as Liancourt In. (Hornet In.). Although the colour of Liancourt Rocks is not clear, Matu-shima (Ulleungdo, Dagelet island) was printed in red, the same colour as Japan. It may be hard to differentiate on screen but Korea is painted in brown/orange - please see the last close-up photo. Germany believed that Liancourt Rocks to be Japanese territory even two years after the 1900 Imperial Edict which mentioned Seokdo. Pro-Korean scholars claime that Seokdo was Dokdo (Laincourt Rocks) but this theory seems to be groundless.