Flora and fauna

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Flora and fauna

National symbols of the country and two flowers (an orchid and a begonia) named after the first two leaders of the DPRK.

Kimilsungia

Kimilsungia – aroma of a flower symbolic of a Great Man is everlasting, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 88 (1999), 102 pages.

Kimilsungia – Volume 1 – Plant in Full Bloom, State Administration for Quality Management, Pyongyang, Juche 94 (2005), 11 pages.

Encyclopedia of Kimilsungia, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 100 (2011), 340 pages.

Flower of the Supreme Leader Kim Il Sung, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 104 (2015), 34 pages.

Kimjongilia

Kimjongilia, the king flower has appeared and spread abroad, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 87 (1998), 98 pages.

Encyclopedia of Kimjongilia, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 100 (2011), 305 pages.

National Flower

Magnolia Sieboldii – Korea’s National Flower, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, 1992, 22 pages.

Magnolia, National Flower of the DPRK, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 109 (2020), 5 pages.

National Bird

Goshawk – National Bird of Korea, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 109 (2020), 28 pages.

Other plants

Pine, Bamboo, Sweetbrier, leaflet, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Juche 108 (2019), 3 pages.

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