Thursday, March 30, 2017

Spring is just around the corner

Tomorrow is Korean baseball's Opening Day, so today is a good time to post some flower photos. Every year I've been here, this has been an obligatory post in late March, starting with 2009. (This post is worth reading for the interesting information it contains.)

The first flower to boom here is kenari, the Asiatic dogwood.

Next comes the maehwa, the Chinese apricot.

A bit early this year, the Korean magnolia, mokryeon, first in front of my school, the second in front of my local E-mart--the same one that used to be local between 2008 and 2012, and is again.

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