**The Korean pasque flower has the most sadness in the world.** ![SmartSelect_20210430-144255_Gallery.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmZdJ2X2iE5KU4p6nvgbTvs6uPuwuzNsYuTKqHffwsTWoG/SmartSelect_20210430-144255_Gallery.jpg) It is said that the appearance of the fruit covered with white hair looks like a grandmother's gray hair. Korean pasque flower is a perennial plant that grows in dry sunny areas and has white hairs on its entirety. ![SmartSelect_20210430-144305_Gallery.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmYZ8DtqD3qVemCBCTQ7HoPbW9RSLHZzt62Bx6pvNrKATc/SmartSelect_20210430-144305_Gallery.jpg) It grows in a sunny place with good drainage throughout Korea. In particular, it is often seen near tombs where mowing is done. All leaves come from the root and there is no main stem. At the end of the stem from the roots in early spring, bell-shaped reddish purple flowers bloom one by one. The flower language of Korean pasque flower is'loyalty' and'sad memory'. ![SmartSelect_20210430-144318_Gallery.jpg](https://cdn.steemitimages.com/DQmaNj8iwaxCg8kbsve8ytknJBgJGSh89JgCQKSEqvbY3iU/SmartSelect_20210430-144318_Gallery.jpg) Korean pasque flower is highly toxic, but the root is used as a herbal medicine. The root is an herbal medicine called Baek Duong (白頭翁), which is used for antidiarrheal, malaria, and neuralgia. However, since it is poisonous, it should not be used carelessly.