An orchid and a begonia, named after North Koreas Two Great Leaders. “Kimjongilia is a perennial begonia cultivated by a Japanese horticulturist named Kamo Mododeru, who dedicated the flower to Kim Jong Il on his 46th birthday in February 1988.” (Source & more).
It seems that in blissful North Korea, one Kimjongilia exhibition is followed by the next Kimilsungia show. Or vice versa.
Do kim i nimma mit.
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