Flower language

People in K-Dramaland are very fond of the language of flowers; at least when they are buying a bouquet for a proposal.
Usually the florist helps out with the meanings.
Flower meanings
Baby’s breath flowers — bought in Five Children (2016-E37)
Lisianthus: “In the language of flowers, it means unchanging love,” so states the florist in Five Children-19 (2016), another florist in Super Daddy-10 says the same thing about the meaning: “unchanging love, the one and only love”. No wonder this flower is used a lot in bridal bouquets.
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Marigold: The African Marigold stand for sad goodbye and the French Marigold for happiness that will one day come, as explained in Here Comes Love (2016-E4)
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Tulip:: Tulips’ meaning varies depending on color.
“[…] Lost Love. […] White tulips mean love is lost”, explains the florist in Five Children-19 (2016)
White Rose: means “Respect” as Eun Ha-Won (Park So-Dam) answers Chairman Kang’s (Kim Yong-Geon’s) questions rightly in episode 7 of Cinderella and Four Knights (2016)

 

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