If you've lived in Seoul long enough, are a native speaker of English, but also have been sufficiently saturated in the sounds and feelings of the Korean language, the names of certain subway stations can start to sound...kinda sexy. Naughty. Even a little dirty.
"Shindaebang." Yeah, muthafucker.
"Beotigogae." Oh, yeeeeeeah. Gimme dat boodie meat.
"Gaebong." Oh, you know why that's nasty.
"Suk-gye." Isn't that illegal in Alabama?
"Wangshimni." Because I like it extra large.
"Daebang." The big bang.
Naebang." Even deeper, baby.
"Namsung." All man, all the time.
"Shinpoong." The "blow" that always feels new.
And finally, "Jeongja." Ewwwwwwwwwww!