National Geographic : 1919 Jul
AZALEA-CLAD HILLSIDES WOULD SEEM TO ENTITLE KOREA TO BORROW CHINA'S SOBRIQUET OE "THE FLOWERY KINGDOM" This beautiful plant, especially popular in America at Eastertide and at Christmas, is a native of the hilly regions of China, Japan, and Korea. It grows in special profusion in the valley of the Yalu. AS IN THE CASE Of THE CAMEL, WHERE THERE ISAWATER JAR THERE ISAPICTURE Though distinct both fromthe Chinese and the Japanese, the Koreans have many physical characteristics incommon with both races-dark. straight hair, oblique eyes, and abronze tinge tothe complexion.