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!
September 2018 SnackFever theme is Happy Chuseok!
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. Each month, Snack Fever includes a sticker related to its theme. This month’s sticker wishes us a happy Chuseok, which is the Korean equivalent of Thanksgiving.
Korean Souvenir Keychain. Aside from the stickers, Snack Fever also includes a number of bonus items with a touch of Korea.
This Korean souvenir keychain features Hanbok, a traditional Korean dress.
Eocene Ultra Moisturizing Hand Cream. We also got a tube of hand lotion to keep our hands moisturized and fresh all the time.
Jjuuk Chewing Gum. This fruity sour snack looks and works like a toothpaste. To use, just simply squeeze the container and instead of getting a toothpaste, you’ll have a fruity gummy liquid. So yummy!
Jjol byung. Inspired by Korean army stew, this crispy noodle snack has an extremely spicy flavor. They’re shaped like tablets, made up of smaller pieces of noodles. If you love hot and strong snacks, this is for you!
Injeolmi Snack. Injeolmi is a popular Korean rice cake dish that was made easily accessible through this snack. This is made from rice flour produced in Korea, corn grits, and seasoning powder. From the package I sort of had expected chips, but that was not the case, so this was a fun surprise!
Fried Dalkdari. Koreans love fried chicken too! This on-the-go chicken snack is drumstick-shaped, so it looks like a bite-sized version of an actual drumstick. It tastes strongly like chicken, and pairs well with ice cold soda.
Bbeongiyo. Made from puffy corn kernels, this snack is similar to pops cereal! It’s buttery and a bit sweet, ideal to munch on while watching movies!
Orion Ice Chew. These candies feature a chewy-sweet outer layer with an extremely sour powder inside. It claims to be 14 times sourer than your regular sour candy.
Rolly Poly. I love wafer sticks! These were so crispy. With the creamy chocolate filling, it was really filling and satisfying. They came packaged 2 sticks to an inner pack, which allowed me to actually not eat them all at once!
Orion Custard. The box included two pieces of this soft and rich flavored custard cake. It features a textured golden brown crust with soft, spongy middle layer and a creamy custard flavor filling inside.
Joyakdol.The candy container is super cute! The candies come in three different flavors: strawberry, green apple, and lemon. To use, simply insert the card inside the booth and let the yummy candy roll-out. So nostalgic!
Snack Fever has always been consistent in sending delicious snacks from Korea. We’re also happy that there’s something for each member of the family. The kids loved the candies and sweets, while my husband and I are fond of the spicy and savory snacks. What makes this box more worth it is that most of the snacks they send are hard to find in our local stores, if not impossible. This subscription is definitely a great way to know more about Korea through their snacks!
Have you tried Snack Fever?