SnackFever 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, $22, and $35, respectively, every month.
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Yum! We’re excited to try out all of these!
July 2018 SnackFever marks the 3rd anniversary of the subscription! This is a review of the original box.
The booklet features selfies of subscribers with their Snack Fever boxes, as well as some Korean vocabulary words.
Of course, there’s also a list of all the items in the Snack Fever Mini Box, Original Box, and Deluxe Box.
Snack Fever Sticker. There’s a Snack Fever sticker in every box and this month, it’s a round sticker featuring a cake for the subscription’s 3rd year!
Kakao Goodie. There’s another sticker featuring Ryan from Kakao Friends, a character based from Kakao Talk emoticons.
It looks like he’s carrying a flower on his mouth. So cute!
Oppa’s Special Gift. We also got a sticky notepad. On the cover, it features a drawing of Snack Fever guys and the words “Always. I’m thinking about you.” in Korean!
Inside, there are 3 different sticky note sizes. There’s also a cute Snack Fever pen.
Woo Ju Byul Candy. These star-shaped candies in a blister pack are sugary sweet!
Malangcow Cotton Candy. Malang means squishy in Korean, and this cotton candy really lived by its name. It’s so soft and sweet. The combination of strawberry and milk is just awesome.
TokTok Wahng “King” Candy. This lollipop is shaped like a wriggly worm and comes with popping candy that sizzles as soon as you put it in your mouth. It’s strawberry flavored, so it was sweet and tart at the same time.
Kkanpung Saewookkang. It’s a classic shrimp snack from Korea, flavored with soy and garlic. As soon as we opened the pack, there was a strong shrimp smell. It’s made with corn powder and flour. Each piece was well seasoned too. If you’re into shrimp crackers, you’ll probably love this one.
Kongjeolmi. Inspired by the traditional rice cake, this rice cracker snack is made with powdered soybean. Each piece is crispy and savory.
Byul Popeye. The snack’s name literally translates to Star Popeye. These are cookies that look like ramyun noodles, combined with little rock candies.
Choco Pie Calamansi. Choco pie is a well-known Korean snack and they still keep on developing it by adding various flavors. This month, we received two individually wrapped choco pies with… calamansi! It’s a limited edition treat that features a chocolate coated pie with a calamansi-flavored yogurt filling. I’ve always liked calamansi infused treats before and this one’s not an exception. It’s a yummy and refreshing snack!
Churroz. Koreans have their own version of churros too! This pack contains bite-sized pieces of churros with a light cinnamon taste. Each piece is light and crisp, perfect for an on-the-go snack.
Pepero Choco Cookie. Of course, a Korean snack box won’t be complete without Pepero. This month, the Pepero we received features a thick and tasty chocolate coating blended with sweet cookie bits.
The 3rd-anniversary box of Snack Fever is jampacked! They provided a nice variety of delicious Korean snacks and candies that my whole family loved so much. Most of the snacks this month are so hard to find in our local stores, if not impossible. We also like the inclusion of some traditional and old Korean snacks, which gives us a glimpse of Korean culture. If you’d like to get to know Korea through their snacks, this subscription box would be a great way to do so!
Have you tried Snack Fever?