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Hi, Thanks, I did find out eventually, that it was Korean, (By accident), maybe a stupid question butit looks heavily Japanese in appearance, maybe a stupid question, was this deliberate?

 

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Alex K

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There were a lot of cultural exchanges over the centuries between the two countries.  Korea was a part of Japan for a long time, so I am sure that the Japanese influence could be seen in things like military award design.  

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Basically after the Russo-Japanese war Korea became a Japanese puppet state and was finally annexed in 1910. Hence the Orders, which were made in Japan, have a striking similarity to the Japanese issues

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On 2016-11-20 at 10:04, JapanX said:

This one is korean.

Order of the Plum Blossoms.

Sorry my friend but I believe it is the Korean Grand Order of the Golden Ruler, although Plum Blossoms is similar the center is plum purple around it, I'll get the Korean name for it tomorrow as it is in my records somewhere.

this isn't my photo it is taken from online but this is plum's star:

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and Grand Order of the Golden Ruler's star is:IMG_7525.JPG

 

 

 

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