I started hearing a lot more people in Korea using "갑분싸" last year and felt it would be a good time to make a video about it. Here's a newly created word that's gaining some decent traction, and IMO is a safe word to learn for the future (it won't likely go out of style right away). You can use this word in a variety of situations, but it's easy to use and even beginners can add it to their conversations.
Adding new phrases like these to your Korean can help you to sound more like a native. For more words, you can also check out the other episodes in this series (this is episode 4). Let me know if there are any other new words that you've heard and would like me to cover~.