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📚 | Seo In Guk, who played “Destruction”, also has an exclusive interview! "Korean Wave Pia" February issue on sale


Seo In Guk, who played "Destruction", also has an exclusive interview! "Korean Wave Pia" February issue on sale

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In "Korean Drama Specials to Watch This Winter", "Now, We Are Breaking Up", "Lovers of the Red Sky", "Snowdrops", "The Silent Sea" and other notable works are introduced in detail.

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Snow Drop

Snow Drop (snowdrop) isAmaryllidaceaeGalanthus(Galanthus,Snowdrop genus,Snowdrop genus).From the scientific nameGalanthusAlso called.

Snowdrop(Snowdrops), But Snowdrop is a species of the genus Galanthus. galanthus nivalis It is also the Japanese name for (common snowdrop).

North AmericaThen rarelyButtercup family OfAnemone quinquefolia Is sometimes called snowdrop.also,Styracaceae Halesia May be collectively referred to as snowdrop tree.

SnowflakeIs similar in name but a different genus.


The scientific name "Galanthus" isGreek languageIt is derived from γάλα (gála, milk) and άνθος (ánthos, flower). The name "snowdrop" comes from Germany's Schneetropfen (Snow-drop), a teardrop-shaped pearl earring that was popular in the 16th and 17th centuries.


BulbGrow up in.seedYou can grow it from, butflowerIt takes several years to grow into a blooming bulb.

Winter:From the end ofSpring:It is known as a flower that blooms first and heralds spring.

The flowers are white, and are six-petaled flowers with three long outer perianths and three short inner perianths.Some species have green spots on the inner perianth.

Closes flowers at night and stores warm air absorbed during the day[1].


Strong cold resistance, but choose soil[1]..Since it is vulnerable to direct sunlight, move it to the shade of a tree or under a tree and plant it.


About 20 species belong to it.Well-known species


in JapanMay 1Such asBirth flowerIs[3].Flower languageIs "comfort[4][5][6], Hope[7][6], The first look of love[3]. "

Since snowdrops are found all over Europe, there are various legends, from lucky to mysterious or ominous.

HromniceHas a deep relationship withConventBecause it was well grown in the garden, it often grows naturally on the site of a monastery.[1]..Legend has it that if you collect snowdrops in a basket or bowl and take them home on Hromnice Day, your house will be cleansed.United Kingdom Of(English editionIt is transmitted in the neighborhood[1]..Britain is also considered to be its own habitat, but monksItalyIt is also believed that what was brought back from[1].

In Scotland, it is said that if you find it before the beginning of the year, you will be lucky the following year.[6]..However, it is said that misfortune will come if a woman who wants to get married picks it before February 2.[6].

According to Christian legend, on the first winter day on earth when Eve was chased from Eden, an angel appeared to comfort Eve when she was mourning over a snowfield where the flowers in the field had disappeared. It is said that the snow was changed to snowdrops.From this, it is said to have the meaning of "hope" and "comfort", which is the origin of the flower language.[6][1][8].

Another legend is that in some rural areas of England, "Kerma found his lover dead and picked up a snowdrop and placed it on his wound.It didn't awaken him, but his body turned into a snowdrop.For this reason, flowers are also a symbol of death. 』\[Note 1]And theredeadMay be reminiscent of[8]..In the region where this legend is passed down, it is said that bringing a bouquet of snowdrops into the house in early winter will cause misery, and choosing it as a gift for the opposite sex is "Death of you (the person who received the flower). Wish[Note 2]It is said that it lacks consideration because it contains the feeling of[Note 3]..Keep in mind that this anecdote is limited to a specific area of ​​England.

In GermanysnowThere is a legend that he asked the flowers to separate the colors because he had no color, but he refused, and the only one who responded was Snowdrop.

Russian poetMarshakof"The forest is aliveThe story begins when the girl was told by her stepmother on New Year's Eve that she should search for and pick this flower.


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  1. ^ Translated by the editor.Original text "Kerma, finding her lover dead, plucked a snowdrop and placed it on his wounds. It did not rouse him, but at the touch his flesh changed to snowdrops, hence the flower is also an emblem of death."[8]
  2. ^ Flower languageis not.
  3. ^ From the translation by the editor.Original text "Even now in rural England the flower is in ill repute, and it is unlucky to carry the first spray of the season into the house, while it is downright indelicate for a person to give it to one of another sex, since it implies a wish to see the recipient dead. "[8]


  1. ^ a b c d e f アリス・M・コーツ 『花の西洋史事典』Yasaka Shobo, 2008.ISBN 978-4896949056. 
  2. ^ Reminyl Tablets Interview Form September 2020 (9th Edition)
  3. ^ a b 徳島康之(監修) 『新装版 誕生花と幸せの花言葉366日』SHUFUNOTOMO, Nov. 2016, 8, p. 10.ISBN +978-4-07-417823-0. 
  4. ^ Louis Aimé Martin (1820). The language of flowers. pp. 249-250 
  5. ^ The Language of Flowers. Carey, Lea & Blanchard. (1835). P. 177 
  6. ^ a b c d e 国吉純(監修) 『想いを贈る 花言葉 小さな花物語』Jujube, Nov. 2010, 12, p. 15.ISBN +978-4-8163-5002-3. 
  7. ^ Henrietta Dumont (1852). The Language of Flowers: The Floral Offering: a Token of Affection and Esteem; Comprising the Language and Poetry of Flowers ....HC Peck & T. Bliss. Pp. 15-19 
  8. ^ a b c d "The Snow Drop Legend". Reading Eagle --Jan 8, 1925. Reading Eagle (September 1925, 1). 2014/8/27Browse.
    Charles M. Skinner (2013). “SNOWDROP”. Myths and Legends of Flowers, Trees, Fruits and Plants. Foster Press. ISBN 9781447497790 

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