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Citations one-sided?[edit]

Looking at the citations for this article, it appears that only one is Japanese -- a (Japanese) government history. Could more of the "objective data" be cited to both Japanese and Korean sources? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:20, 20 June 2009 (UTC)

If you can find Japanese sources, please add them. They do not write as much about this topic as Koreans do; the problem is compounded by a Korean editor who translates mass amounts of Korean documents for these articles. Shii (tock) 23:31, 27 June 2009 (UTC)

Dokdo(독도) is an island placed in west side of Ulleungdo(울릉도) which is known as Usan-do(우산도). Usan-do(우산도) is a nonexistent island described in old Korean map(八道總圖). This article is obviously describing about Takeshima(타케시마) which is placed in east side of Ulleungdo(울릉도). Takeshima(타케시마) is a real island Administrated by South Korea since 1952(Syngman_Rhee_Line). Please do not edit Wikipedia until you study well. (talk) 06:51, 2 July 2009 (UTC)

<-- Japanese/Japanophile contributor imitating KPOV @ Liancourt Rocks discussion (i can find many more examples of this stuff)