small island located in Korean East Sea called 'Dokdo'... Dokdo was Korean land since A.D 512, and is still effective under Korean management in which people of Korea are inhabiting. However, Japan recently insisted Dokdo as their own land and even their teachers are demonstrating it in their learning guidebooks. Even though many countries including U.S Congress had passed resolutions concerning an imposition of Japan's apology on comfort women issue, Japan is far from repenting and yet trying to distort the history. Japan is insisting that Dokdo is their land because they had weaved Dokdo as their land in 1905 and dominated it during the second World War. Why can't Japan remember that they had abandoned all of rights and claims concerning Cho Sun's territory, Jejudo, Komundo, Ulleungdo(including Dokdo) in 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty? Besides, there are many historical data proving that Dokdo is Korean land. And why does Japan do this after recording Dokdo as a Korean terriotory in their ancient documents, maps and Meiji government records of 19th century? No matter what one says, Dokdo Island is a Korean terrotory.