The following map of Ulleungdo (鬱陵島) is from a Korean atlas entitled "Dongyeo" (東輿), which literally means "Eastern Land." The map is believed to have been made in the latter half of the 1800s and is similar to other maps of Ulleungdo made during the 1800s, except that the small neighboring island off the east shore of Ulleungdo was left unnamed on this map. On other similar maps, the small island was labeled "Usan" (于山) or "Usando" (于山島).
Instead of being labeled "Dongyeo" (東輿), the full, assembled map was labeled "Dae Dongyeo Jido (大東輿地圖), which suggests that the Chinese character 大 (big) was used to refer to the size of the map, not to the size or greatness of the country. In other words, "Dae Dongyeo Jido" (大東輿地圖) did not mean "Map of the Great Eastern Land," but "Big Map of the Eastern Territory." The name "Eastern Land" (東輿) was a name for Korea. The atlas is stored in the National Museum of Korea.