"There are ten species known in Korea (Hong and Im, 2003; Kim, 2007). Viburnum erosum, V. dilatatum Thunb., V. wrightii Miq., V. opulus, and V. carlesii var. calvescens are common in the thickets of forests." 
"Plants of Viburnum have often been cultivated as ornamentals due to their showy flowers and fragrancy, such as V. opulus L., and V. carlesii Hemsl., and as a medicine source, such as V. tinus L. and V. erosum." 
An ornamental plant. 
 Choi, Y. G., & Sang-Hun, O. H. (2019). A comparative morphological study of Viburnum (Adoxaceae) in Korea. Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, 49(2), 107-117.
 Fargione, M. J., Curtis, P. D., & Richmond, M. E. (1991). Resistance of woody ornamental plants to deer damage.