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In late September, a group of English teachers working for the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education (S.M.O.E.) were invited to visit the islands of Ulleungdo and Dokdo. This experience was hosted by the Isabu Academy.
This was a unique experience for foreigners to learn about the history of Ulleungdo and Dokdo. Dokdo is a set of two islands in the middle of the East Sea, which have been part of an on-going territorial dispute between Korea and Japan.
Through this journey, we learned about the history of the entire region and the reason why this on-going territorial dispute is such a big deal to Korea.
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Sooooo cool!!!!!!
a year ago·Reply