Dokdo is a small Korean island in the East Sea created by volcanic activities. Dokdo consists of two large islands, Dongdo and Seodo and another 89 smaller islands surrounding them.
Dokdo is 187,554m2 in size where Seodo is the biggest, 88,740m2 to Dongdo’s 73,297m2 of the two main islands.
People are only allowed to visit Dongdo and there are around 500 daily visitors.
Dokdo is home to various species of ocean life and serves as a shelter to migratory birds.
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