Sera Korea, apparently a type of "Second Life" online game, in tandem with Hite beer is encouraging users from August 14th through September 30th to assert South Korea's claim over the Liancourt Rocks by flying Korean flags on the disputed islets and submitting screen captures as part of some promotion or other. You can read more about it, in Korean, on the Hite website and on the Sera Korea one.
Here's a couple of photos from a Sports Seoul article:
Damn it, I came across all that garbage while just trying to Naver around for more information on this:
The construction of a state-of-the-art solar-powered passenger ferry modeled after the Geobukseon, a Korean warship that resembles a turtle, has nearly been completed.
It has taken the Jeonnam Development Corporation 15 months and 4.6 million dollars to complete the turtle-shaped ferry. The commercial operation of the ferry will begin in October.
The ferry weighs 350 tons and can accommodate up to 180 passengers. The iron roof of the ferry has an oil pressure gauge and can be opened. Aluminum was used in key areas to reduce the weight of of the ferry.
A Jeonnam Development Corporation official said the ferry features a 3D movie theater that screens a documentary that demonstrates how Admiral Yi Sun-shin defeated 130 Japanese ships with only 13 of his own.
The ferry, which is expected to emerge as one of the leading tourist attractions of the South Jeolla Province, will be operated four times daily.
Hmm, killing Japanese is a theme that never gets old. The article, though, doesn't say where the ferry is. A Korean-language article says "명량대첩제," which must be recognizable to Koreans because it doesn't give a town or county. Looks like it's at Haenam's "Land's End" (땅끝), or "Land's Edge," or whichever translation you prefer, the southern-most point on the Korean peninsula. It's a pleasant area, or at least was until the warship moved in, and is worth a visit. Oooh, and if you want to stick with that theme, you can stay in the 땅끝관광호텔, a tourist hotel built in the shape of a turtle ship.
* edit: Well, after looking around a little more I see that 명량대첩 is Myungryang Strait, the location of a famous battle with the turtle ships. I couldn't find that great a map, but it looks to run between Haenam, Jindo, and Muan. There is a small annual festival, hence the "제" at the end of the "명량대첩제" up there, meaning that the ship will probably debut there and then.