The Korea Herald looks at "Ways to remind the world Dokdo is Korean territory," because that's really important, and writes that there's been a Dokdo perfume called "Dokdo Breeze" since January.
To capture the characteristic scent of Dokdo, perfume coordinators have visited the islets several times.
The scent offers the user a touch of the sea and the breeze.
Dokdo scent, though exclusively sold in Korea, is often presented as a souvenir gift to foreigners and is expected to promote the Dokdo issue internationally as well, the company said.
Also, 1 percent of the Dokdo Breeze -29,000 won per bottle ($25) - sales profits are to be donated to the New York Times as Dokdo ad funds.
That makes me want to die a little bit.