I'm not gay I'm Korean. Used to describe heterosexual men and women who are comfortable with the Korean custom of physical displays of affection with close friends of the same sex. Other forms are hnghk (he's not) and sngsk (she's not)
A straight woman is checking into a hotel after walking through the lobby holding hands with an old friend. The receptionist asks if she wants a second key for her partner. She responds "no, ingik".
by HelpingPeopleUnderstandKoreans April 17, 2014