- Kim Jeong-ho (金正浩) - A famous nineth century Korean mapmaker and geographer who pioneered modern mapmaking techniques in Korea. He is also famous for introducing maps to the general Korean population. Some of his famous atlases are the Dongyeojdo (東與地圖 - 1834), the Yeodobiji (與圖備志), and the Daedongjiji (大東地志 - ca. 1866). Some of his famous maps are the Cheonggudo (靑邱圖 - 1834), the Dongyeodo (東與圖 ), and the Daedong Yeojido (大東與地圖).
- Matsunaga, Bukichi (松永武吉) - governor of Shimane Prefecture when Takeshima (Liancourt Rocks) was incorporated into the prefecture as Japanese territory
- Nagakubo Sekisui (長久保赤水) - 19th century Japanese mapmaker
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