Ssing comes from the Korean ssing ssing (씽씽), an onomatopoeic word to describe a speeding vehicle. This is combined with the English word “go,” repeated twice, to urge friends to speed. Mainly used on the internet and in text messaging to relate the need for speed and somewhat similar to “go go go,” “we’ve got to hustle,” “pick up the pace,” “let’s haul ass!” or “bust a move.”
get a move on; get crackin’; let’s went
씽은, 빠른 자동차를 묘사하는 의성어 씽씽으로부터 유래하였다. 이것이 영어 단어 go를 두 번 반복한 것과 결합되어 친구에게 무언가를 재촉하는 경우에 쓰이고있다.
Make good use of this to get your slang down and keep it in hand to share with your class, your club, your circle, your set!
Quote of the Day
“우리 술 다 먹었으니, 이제 노래방 고고씽 하자!”
“We finished off the liquor, so let’s get up and “gogo ssing” to the singing room!” ~ Snoop Dog to Psy
Gogossing to Seoul to get your drink on… where they drink more liquor per capita than any other place in the world!
빨러 [bbal-leo] literally “to lick or to suck down.” This slang used often among young people for drinking alcohol, smoking up, or taking drugs (getting high).