Snack Fever is a monthly subscription box that delivers all your favorite Korean snacks, as well as other hard-to-find Korean treats. Each month, subscribers will get 5 to 12 Korean snacks and treats, depending on their subscription. Snack Fever is available in three boxes, the mini box, the original box, and the deluxe box, and subscriptions are $12, $20, and $40, respectively, every month.
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Snack Fever boxes are now themed – November is Snack Hack!
There’s also a Korean word to learn and you can practice writing it on the card. To understand mok-bang I think you need to read this article.
You’ll also get to see the contents of the other Snack Fever boxes in this mini booklet.
The pages show what’s inside the Mini and Original Boxes (the back side shows the Premium box – but Summer’s review will cover that one!).
Everything in my November Box!
Annie Chun’s Seaweed Crisps, Coupon, and Sticker! Are these big in Korea? These are a US snack I think? It does bring Korean flavors into the box and makes it easier to find something you love at the grocery store – except I’m not a fan of seaweed (I know, but fortunately for my friends I share this box!).
French Cafe Mix: This is a nice representation of what the box includes. Lots of French inspired items in Korean snack foods – the information sheet even notes that Koreans love coffee & France!
Real Blueberry Candy: I do, however, love the fruit flavors of Korean candies. These blueberry candies were a hit, I love getting a couple hard candies in this box each month.
Curry Chip: These are so tasty! They’re the Korean version of an Indian inspired snack food – spicy, flavorful, with a slightly different flavor profile than you’d get here. They are also “slim” curry chips, probably referring to the high fiber note on the back side of the pack (only 3g per pack).
Sweet Potato Chips: These were, can I say, remarkably tasteless. They didn’t have a lot of flavor and with the unique color, I expected something a bit more. Authentic and fun though, and I love the cute drawings on the package. My baby thought these were a hit.
Seolleong Tang: I’m certain I’ve had this ramyun before, which is a milky oxtail soup. This saves many hours in the kitchen and is just as delicious!
Girlfriend Golden Apple Drink: The thing that’s missing from this box is the explanation why it’s a girlfriend drink. I’m guessing by the photo that it’s supposed to provide you with a clear complexion.
Gorae Bap – It literally translates to “whale food” in Korean! LOL.
You can probably tell from the fun box that this is a kid’s snack!
Each cracker is sea-animal shaped with savory seaweed flavors!
Gosomi Multigrain Crackers – Perfect for an afternoon snack! Can be paired with tea or coffee.
Koreans are the masters of sweet crackers. You wouldn’t think these taste good – they’re on the sweet side with a sesame flavor – but they’re delicious.
Oh Yes! Choco: Any chocolate lover will probably say “Oh Yes!” after the first bite!
Instead of Choco Pie this month, we got Choco Cake! These are like Twinkies + (and I love the creamy delicious filling!)
This was a fun month for this box and it’s always a tasty treat. Our family really has fun with this box. This month held multiple interesting discoveries, but my favorite thing was probably the curry chips!