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What is national flower of Korea?

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Origin. The mugunghwa, or the rose of Sharon, is an object of deep affection. Meaning “eternal blossom that never fades,” it has been an important symbol of Korean culture for centuries.

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The national flower of Korea is the Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus), known as "Mugunghwa" in Korean.