Each card has a colour drawing of a Korean building, museum or tourist attraction with a brief description and details of how to get there.
“Girls’ Generation” (Korean: 소녀시대; Sonyeo Shidae) is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2007.
Hwatu - Korean Flower Cards. The cards are printed on thick, red plastic, instead of the laminated board (with turnover edges), used in Japan.
The game of Hanafunda was introduced into Korea by the Japanese and modified somewhat by the Koreans.
Hwatu (화투) cards originally came about because gambling with four-suited decks was outlawed. This ban prompted the creation of new decks and a new game.
This special ‘Hwatu’ card set has all the traditional 48 flower cards given a modern graphic treatment.