"Things of God that incite consumption." means "지름신" in Korean.

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지름신
 
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Pronunciation chi-rŭm-shin
meaning Things of God that incite consumption.
Words that used in the Internet. A synthetic language which turned from meaning "bet" and "tilde (지르다)" God (신), it truly means, it is the sense of the "impulse buying". By temptation of God, it is that lead to buy things.
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