|Korean Historical Documents||Japanese Historical Documents|
|1145 – First appearance of Ulleungdo and Dokdo in History of the Three Kingdoms.|
“General Isabu annexed Usan in 512.”
|1454 - The Annals of King Sejong Geographical Records “Usan and Mureung islands are visible on a clear day.”|
|1530 - New and Expanded Complete Conspectus of the Territory of the Eastern Country Includes an entry for “Usan and Mureung.”|
|1667 – First appearance of Ulleungdo and Dokdo in Records on Observations on Oki.|
Records show that Ulleungdo and Dokdo are beyond Japan’s border.
|1693 - (1693, Joseon period)|
An Yong-bok’s capture.
|1693 – 1696 Ulleungdo Border Dispute Documents: Takeshima ChronicleJapanese shogunate recognizes Ulleungdo and Dokdo as Korean territory during the dispute resolution process.|
|1792 - Expanded Compilation of Reference Documents “Ulleung and Usan are both part of Usan, and Usan is called ‘Songdo’ by Japanese.”|
|1877 - The Daijōkan Order|
Shimane Prefecture was informed through the Ministry of Home Affairs, “Ulleungdo and Dokdo have no relation with Japan, and you must keep that in mind.”