"Muscles vine, pull, and is intrigued, I want to eat" means "땡기다" in Korean.

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땡기다
 
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Pronunciation ttaeng-gi-da
meaning Muscles vine, pull, and is intrigued, I want to eat
ddangida (땡기다) is the meaning of "(muscles) vine", "pull" in the sense of '땅기다 (ddangida)' and the meaning of "heart run over", "intrigued by" 당기다 (dangida). Sense that is being used as means of 당기다 (dangida) especially among the young people, "(something) Want" in the sense of, "I want to eat".
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