November 2017 Snack Fever Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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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 boxes are now themed –  November is YOUR IDOL’S FAVORITE! Snack Fever is available in three boxes, the mini box, the original box, and the deluxe box, and subscriptions are $14, $25, and $42, respectively, every month.

The booklet includes new Korean vocabulary words every month…

…as well as fun features related to snacks.

The description card lists all the items we received this month.

This is the Original Box!

DEAL: Save $3 off your first box (Mini, Original, Deluxe). Use coupon code HELLOSUB3. No longer “Straight Outta Koreatown,” SnackFever now ships directly from Korea — that means an even bigger selection of authentic Korean snacks!

Everything in my SnackFever Original Box!

BONUS: Idol’s Favorite Mask ($1) This face mask features the logo of BTS, one of the most popular Korean boy groups.

BONUS: BTS Sticker ($1) Another BTS item. It’s a sticker sheet with all the seven members.

BONUS: EXO Cube Sticker ($12) More stickers to feed your Kpop obsession!

Maxim Mocha Gold Coffee. We received three packets of this popular Korean instant coffee. It already has sugar and creamer, so all you have to do is to add hot or cold water.

Haitai Ice Cube Cafe Coffee Candy. Koreans must like coffee so much, even their gum is flavored with coffee.

They smell strongly. Passing these to my husband together with the instant coffee!

Nongshim Banana Kick Original. These are not real bananas but corn puffs coated with banana flavor. Well, we don’t mind because they’re delicious!

Sweet and light, this would make a perfect snack any time of the day. They melt in the mouth too!

Nongshim Fried Chicken Snack BBQ. Judging from the package, we thought these drumstick-shaped snacks are really strong and spicy but it turned out to be mild. They were, however, pretty salty!

The packaging is awesome, it actually resembles a fried chicken take out box! On the box flap, there is a small comic and it was written in Korean.

Its nice golden brown color made the bite-sized goodies look like real chicken. It is also crunchy, just like how fried chicken coatings are supposed to be.

Lotte Yo-Hi Wafer. Yogurt-flavored wafer biscuits! It’s pretty popular among Kpop fans because the brand is endorsed by newly-debuted Kpop group Wanna One.

The wafers were crispy and dry, while the center was creamy and milky. It was gone in instant, I wish we had more!

Pepero Double Dip Yogurt. Yummy cookie sticks with two coatings instead of just one. This snack is so popular in Korea and they even have a holiday for it!

Pepero Day is held every November 11, and it’s kind of similar to Valentine’s Day because Koreans show affection for their friends and loved ones by gifting boxes of Pepero.

This variation is shorter than regular Pepero sticks but the double coating makes up for it!

Pepero Almond Chocolate. We also received a box of Pepero with almond chocolate coating.

One thing we love about Pepero is that there’s always a generous amount of chocolate and toppings on it.

The texture is awesome and the kids love it too!

Pepero Vanilla Black Cookie. The third Pepero box we received for this month! We’re feeling the love, Snack Fever!

Pocky also has a similar flavor, but Pepero’s version is bigger and tastier.

As always, the sticks are generously smothered with white chocolate and crushed cookies! My 3 year old invented a song an dance to go along with these (it’s the snacky dance!).

Orion Aisyeo Candy. This one’s for the sour candy lovers!

The candies were individually wrapped.

The outer coating tastes like green apple and it becomes more sour as you get to the center. If you’re not used to sour candies, you shouldn’t have this in public because it’s sure to get you pulling the strangest faces.

Snack Fever did a great job again this month! There’s a great variety of goodies in the box as it included everything from sweets biscuits to savory snacks. These items are hard to find in the US, so it’s always a joy for us to experience Korea’s unique take on flavoring through the subscription. Already looking forward to next month’s batch of goodies!

What’s your favorite snack this month?

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  • Brad

    Warning! I got 2 monthly boxes as birthday gift. Both Deluxe. Both months there were ITEMS MISSING amd DESTROYED. In the first box 2 items missing and 1 item totally destroyed and uneatable. In the second box 4!!! Items were missing (i compared with the infp card contents). I will NEVER pay for this box again. I love korea but I will find another box. (We will see if Hellosub is honest and post this review or delete it just because it is negative, but your readers deserve to know about this)