Here is a LINK to a video of the full press conference.
Question: "Additionally, with regards to the Dokdo issue, we already see the conclusion of this issue, but, however, we still have the question of the naming issue, because Dokdo is still referred to as Liancourt Rocks. What kind of dialogue did you have with President Bush during the summit meeting regarding Dokdo naming?"
Lee: "As for the Dokdo naming issue, this is not a Korea-U.S. issue. This is a Korea-Japan issue. So -- well, I told President Bush -- I thanked him, of course, for correcting swiftly the naming issue within the United States. But for the remaining issues, this is an issue that the Korean government must take up in terms of the justifiability, the historical right that we have over Dokdo, and all the data that we have managed to accrue."
Full Text of Bush-Lee Joint Press Conference
The "Market Watch" section of the online version of "The Wall Street Journal" has posted the full text of the statements given by President Bush and Korean President Lee at their joint press conference in Seoul, Korea HERE. The following is what President Lee said about "Dokdo":