Hi, I've been wondering about the word "꽃" preceding certain words. For example, I know "미남" means a good-looking/handsome guy, and "등심" is "sirloin". But whenever I encounter the [꽃 + noun combination], I get a bit surprised because 꽃 means "flower." Can someone explain how the 꽃 + noun pairing came to be? My guess is that attaching "꽃" to the front of the noun enhances the subject, but if there's some other explanation I'd love to hear it. Thanks!