The map clearly shows Usando (于山島) to the west of Ulleungdo (鬱陵島), which means that it could not have been "Dokdo" (Liancourt Rocks), as Korea claims, since Dokdo is ninety-two kilometers southeast of Ulleungdo. Nevertheless, in his book, "Historical Evidence of Korean Sovererignty over DOKDO," Lee Sang-tae (이상태) wrote the following about the map:
Notice that Professor Lee again put "Dokdo" in parentheses next to Usando in spite of the fact that the Usando on this map could not have possibly been referring to Dokdo since Dokdo is east of Ulleungdo, not west. This is another example of how Korean scholars blindly ignore the evidence in their attempt to claim that Usando was the old Korean name for Dokdo.
울릉도를 표시하고 그 서쪽에 우산도(독도)를 표기하여 두 섬이 우리 영토임을 분명히 아였다.
Here again, Usando (Dokdo) has been situated west of Ulleungdo, thus clearly indicating that the two islands belong to Korea.