In a May 20 article HERE, on the Korean news site "Joins," a Korean mapping expert said that the Japanese government's recent map of "Dokdo" (Liancourt Rocks) is more accurate and better made than the map of the island made by the Korean government last year. For example, he said that Korea's map showed "Dokdo" with only twelve neighboring islets and rocks while the Japanese map showed it with fifty.
However, what I found interesting about the article was that the Korean news site could not even show the Japanese map without blotting out the Japanese name for the island. I think that is an example of just how immature and insecure Koreans are when it comes to "Dokdo."
Below is the photo from the news article. Korea's map is on the left, and Japan's map is on the right. You can see where they blotted out the names on the Japanese map:
Below is the original photo of the Japanese map.