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우리가 명확한 국가가 실린 사실적인 정보에 대해서는 관여하지 않는다.
우리의 국가정보는 CIA의 시회적 공유재산인 The World Factbook 발행물로 부터 받은 자료이다.
우리는 Factbook의 정보와 지도를 우리의 Site에 Update를 받을 것이다.

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좌우지간 flagcounter에서는 공인된 CIA의 Factbook을 통해 Upgrade됨으로 Factbook이 변경되면 자동으로 바뀐다.이런 내용이 골자인것 같습니다.
재차 아래의 내용을 flagcounter에 보내고 전문단체인 반크를 통해 해결하는게 바람직할 것 같습니다.

I will officially request it later, atfer I confirm that problem though VANK(http://www.prkorea.com/)
which is a independent research group in Korea.

추후 변경이 되면 소식을 블로그에 올리겠습니다.

회신 멜 전문입니다.(멜주소와 이름은 블로그명으로 변경했습니다. 양해바랍니다.)

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 Flagcounter.com support@boardhost.com

                                                                                                추가2009년 3월 16일 (월요일), 3:32:21 AM

Please review the disclaimer above our contact form.

"Please do not contact us about factual information we have listed for a specific country. Our country information is sourced from the CIA's public domain The World Factbook publication. We will only update our site with Factbook information and maps."

Thank you,

핑구야 날자 wrote:

Name:  핑구야 날자
To whoever it may concern:
Recently I visited your website,
( http://s03.flagcounter.com/factbook/kr )

and was quite surprised to find your maps of Korea and Japan still describe Korea's 'East Sea'
as 'Sea of Japan,' which is incorrect.

Such an error in a well known website as yours comes as a surprise
since we regard you as one of the world's best.

Using a proper name for the body of water between the Korean peninsula
and the Japanese archipelago is not simply a question
of changing the name of a geographical feature.

It is rather a part of national effort by the Korean people to erase the legacy
of Japanese Imperialism and to redress the unfairness that has resulted from it.
It is an absolutely mistaken thing to hear one side of story and follow.
If we let this kind of things alone, it brings about a serious problem
to disturb order of International society.

For your reference, the world's largest commercial mapmaker, National Geographic, worldatlas.com,
and the travel guidebook, Lonely Planet Publication promised us that they would now use the name 'East Sea.' 
In addition, National Geographic and Lonely Planet are already using the name,
'East Sea' in their website after we pointed out the error.




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