I have noticed that all the files on the "Dokdo's Guardian (독도 수호지기)" web site have been deleted, which is a shame since the manager of that site had been doing a pretty good job of explaining my views to a Korean audience.
I did not know the manager personally, but he seemed to be quite knowlegable and was relatively conscientious when looking at the historical evidence, though his conclusions were often wrong.
I do not know why he deleted his site, but I have a feeling that he did so because he realized, or was told, that his site was hurting Korea's claim to Dokdo more than helping it. In other words, the best way to protect Korea's claim to Dokdo (Liancourt Rocks) is to keep people ignorant of the facts or provide them with only a censored view of the facts, but the Dokdo Guardian site was providing way too much information to help the Korean cause. For example, the Dokdo Guardian was posting maps and documents that people could actually read rather than posting unreadable, miniature versions.
Though the Dokdo Guardian was arguing for Korea's claim on Dokdo, by translating and posting a wide range of old documents related to the Dokdo/Takeshima debate, the Dokdo Guardian was inadvertently giving ordinary Koreans a relatively uncensored view of the historical documents. Any Korean curious enough to study those documents closely would have probably begun to question Korea's claims to Dokdo.
In my case, by allowing me to see the old documents and hear the Korean arguments related to those documents, the Dokdo Guardian helped me to realize that Korea's historical claims to Dokdo are nothing but smoke and mirrors, even though that was not the intention of the site.
I will miss the Dokdo Guardian.