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Analysis of the Present Situation on Claims of Japanese Dokdo Sovereignty: About Gumi Jukdo History Museum in Oki

  • Journal of Japanese Culture
  • 2017, (74), pp.5-24
  • DOI : 10.21481/jbunka..74.201708.5
  • Publisher : The Japanese Culture Association Of Korea (Jcak)
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Received : June 18, 2017
  • Accepted : August 4, 2017
  • Published : August 31, 2017

Kim Do-Eun 1

1영남대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

This paper examines the current state of operation of the historical museum in Gumi, Oki Island, which opened on June 1, 2016, along with archives of Shimane Prefecture related to Dokdo. The Gumi Jukdo Historical Museum has a map of Dokdo, which explains mining rights, which include the mining of phosphorus. In addition, Japan insists that it can confirm that the lighthouse, which was allegedly installed by the Korean side in 1954, is not illuminating. From 1905 to 1965, the fishermen of the Gumi district licensed the fishermen of Dokdo Island, except for the post-war period, during which Dokdo was allowed to fish on Dokdo Island. Since 1953, Shimane Prefecture has issued licenses to the OkinoSima Fisheries Cooperative Federation for the Dokdo Co-Fishery and the private Yahata Isaburo(八幡伊三郎). It records the date, the weather, the catch, and the conversion of the fishery in Dokdo (over the period 1936-1938). The Japanese government, through the colonial occupation of Korea at that time, looted everything using all possible means and methods, if there was any benefit to Japan. In this paper, the charts of Japan's individual capture of Dokdo evidently indicate that Dokdo belongs to Korea.

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