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I saw it in an article, and I couldn't figure it out. When I searched online (google translate) it says 'come to a bad place' which doesn't make sense. Anyone know what it means?

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I've seen this around too! It means something is very good, be it about appearance, attitude or even to mock someone with sarcasm (Oh, you're so cool). It can be used negatively or positively depending on the context. Nowadays I've mostly seen it used negatively/in a sarcastic manner.

Other forms: 오지다, 오졌다 , 오진다

It can mean: awesome, cool, amazing, very good, incredible, next-level Sample sentence:

니 얼굴 정말 오진다 - Your face is really good (looking)

When spoken, it actually sounds like 'O.G.' which is also used in English as 'Original Gangster'. Who is the real OG?! You are!

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That is a Korean slang and probably wouldn't be on Google translate. 오지다 means it's very good. 오지다, 오진다 they all mean the same.

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    Surprisingly enough, it is a "standard" word in the dictionary. – Ignatius Jul 8 '19 at 11:21

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