Liancourt Rocks is a third name used by the international community in place of Dokdo and Takeshima.
The islands, known as Dokdo (Tok Islets) in Korean or Takeshima in Japanese, are a group of small islets in the Sea of Japan. The sovereignty over the islets is still disputed beyond Japan and South Korea. The group consists of two volcanic main island and 35 smaller rocks. The highest unnamed point is 169 metres above sealevel on the west island.
Korea South 1954, Liancourt Rocks.
The 2 and 5 value stamp depict a natural sea arch on Liancourt Rocks.
Korea South 2004, Liancourt Rocks.
One stamp depicts a natural sea arch on Liancourt Rocks.
Korea North 2004, Liancourt Rocks.
The 12 value stamp depicts a natural sea arch on Liancourt Rocks.
(existing perforated and imperforated)