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Dokdo, South Korea's easternmost islets in the East Sea

Dokdo, South Korea's easternmost islets in the East Sea Dokdo requires a 90-minute ferry ride from the neighboring Ulleungdo, which sits approximately three hours from the coast of the Korean mainland. In Korea, there is a saying that "you need to have practiced good deeds for three generations to reach Dokdo." With the constantly changing weather, tall waves, and dense sea fog, Dokdo reveals itself to tourists only about 150 days a year. Nevertheless, hundreds of thousands of Koreans visit Dokdo every year. In addition, civilian access to Dokdo has been allowed since March 24, 2005. In 2022, visitors to Dokdo amounted to 280,229. And total visitors will reach 3 million by the end of this year. Students, families, and friends. Social groups, business persons, even foreigners, etc. People from all walks of life visit Dokdo. Visiting Dokdo is on every Korean's bucket list. Taking photos with Dokdo as a background is a must. By doing so, they feel proud as Korean. Aren't you curious about the attractions of Dokdo in South Korea? Dokdo, Korea's most beloved island, always awaits you. Dokdo Live Broadcasting Live Broadcasting of Ulleungdo and Dokdo Dokdo Weather Forecast & Access Information Ulleungdo & Dokdo Sea Weather Forecast

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