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Yes--likely one of the bazillion cultivars of S. japonica or S. x bumalda (lots of them in slightly varying shades of pink flowers, so I don't think you'll be able to conclusively know which one it is)
You could be right--that's definitely a common one at least here in the US. I just know that I have a couple different ones in my garden and the tags went missing a couple years ago, and even though I know which ones I purchased originally, for the life of me I can't tell which is which now! LOL