"invites, to seduce, to persuade" means "꼬시다" in Korean.

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Pronunciation kko-shi-da
meaning invites, to seduce, to persuade
"invites, to seduce, to persuade" is "꼬시다"(kko-shi-da) in Korean.
Ggosida (꼬시다) is chatting up the opposite sex, and temptation.
But then the casual impression is inviting opposite sex on a date, and words that contain sexual implications of the "temptation to". It use the word English Hinting (헌팅 / hunting) in the case of.

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