P-turn
 n.— «learned a new (Konglish) term: P-turn.…A P-turn is when you can’t turn left at an intersection (like near 광화문/gwanghwamoon) and you need to go straight through the intersection, then take a right…then take another right, then (you guessed it) another right and go through the intersection (perpendicular to the last crossing) and be on your way in the right direction.» —“Not tonight dear, I have a mid-term. Plus: the P-turn.” by James Burron in Seoul, S. Korea Hometown: Yeouido Sept. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)