A combination of the korean word for “maze/labyrinth” (미로 or miro)and the english work "tic". Title of DBSK's (a korean boyband) fourth album in Korea.
DBSK's Vol.4 - Mirotic
Mirotic - a Korean word mixed with an English word made famous by the DBSK/TVXQ song Mirotic. ‘Miro’ in Korean means ‘maze' Tic is an english word, which you put after a an adjective.
Fangirl One: DID YOU HEAR THAT NEW DBSK SONG? MIROTIC?
Fangirl Two: OF COURSE I DID! IT WAS SO FREAKING COOL!
forever trapped in a maze, feeling being wrapped in love without a way out,
I'm mirotic when it comes to DBSK.
The name of korean group Dong Bang Shin Ki's 4th album and title song. Miro from Korean/Chinese character for maze and the english suffix -tic. Means that you are under a spell you can't get out from.
Name of TVXQ's 4th album. Actually doesn't exist and is made up to look 'cool'.
"miro" is the korean word for "maze"
and "tic" is an english suffix like uh, "erratic".
Fangirl #1: Have you heard Mirotic yet? It's soooooooo awesome!
Fangirl #2: I know! I'm going to buy all the Mirotic albums there are!