통일의 꽃 김정일화 만발하여라!
Kimjongilia, the flower of reunification, flourishes!
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Red flowers from a tuberous begonia, 'Kimjongilia' (flower of Kim Jong-il) are arranged in the shape of Korea, with a line of leaves representing the border between the two Koreas. The cultivar was bred by a Japanese botanist to commemorate Kim Jong-il's 46th birthday in 1988.
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Hand-painted reproduction by Chʹoe Yŏng-su = Choi Yongsu of a printed poster.
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Pʻyŏngyang, North Korea: Munye Chʻulpʻansa (평양: 문예 출판사)
Reproduction. [Pʻyŏngyang : Mansudae Chʻangjaksa Chʻulpʻanhwa Chʻangjaktan, 2006] 1 art reproduction : acrylic and gouache on paper ; 75 x 59 cm.
Reproduction. [평양 : 만수대 창작사 출판화 창작단, 2006] 1 art reproduction : acrylic and gouache on paper ; 75 x 59 cm.
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