I'm now using the following Memrise course and found the following word:
But when I search on the web, the first and second results are the aforementioned Memrise course, and there are only 5,780 matches to begin with.
The third results onward have Korean results, but it is difficult to understand them as they seem to be quite minor web pages, not the entry page of a web dictionary.
In fact, all the dictionary apps I tried did not have the entry for 호젖하다 (nor 호젖).
So my question is, is there such word in Korean? And if there is, is the definition above correct? And when do you use the word?