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.
NOTE: Starting the February 1st, Snack Fever will be having some changes on their subscription, including a Loyalty Rewards Program, new Original and Deluxe boxes, and a new shipping schedule. You can read more about the changes here.
DEAL: Save $3 off your first box (Mini, Original, Deluxe). Use coupon code HELLOSUB3.
Yum! We’re excited to try all of these out!
January 2019 theme is Let’s Walk On The Flower Road!
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 an adorable sticker related to the theme.
Bokjumeoni. This cute purple pouch we received as a bonus is also known as a bokjumeoni or “fortune pouch.” It is where Koreans usually put their New Year’s money.
Coin Purse. The second bonus item is a coin purse with cute pineapple drawings.
It’s small but can fit in a few coins, or even your earphones and little items such as a ring, bracelet, or necklace.
Ssal Lo Byul. These delicious rice crackers feature a unique, uneven shape that resembles a popcorn. It’s crispy and a great treat for the sweet tooth!
Homerun Ball in Cream Cheese. Creamy and milky, these biscuits are a sure hit with the kids. And with me, I didn’t share many! Each piece is round and crispy, with a filling made with non-fat milk. This appetizing treat reminds me of cream puffs, but way much creamier and crispier!
Ice Cool. It’s a chewing gum made with xylitol and a variety of cooling ingredients such as menthol and peppermint. It’s convenient having this in your pocket or bag so you can pop a piece in your mouth when you need a freshen your breath.
Milk Caramel. A treat to fulfill your sweet tooth cravings, these caramels made by Lotte are so rich, chewy, and milky. Inside the box comes a handful of individually wrapped bite-sized candies that you can share with family and friends.
Doctor Of Dinosaur Crackers. This box contains corn soup-flavored crackers in a variety of unique dinosaur shapes. Each piece is crispy and delicious, it tastes similar to real corn soup. Each box also includes cute dinosaur stickers.
Oh Yes! Sweet Potato. We got two of these are chocolate coated cakes with a purple sweet potato center. The cake was moist and delicious and the filling is also tasty. It’s a delicious snack, perfectly paired with any hot beverage.
Crunky Bar in Dark Cookie. Another treat made by Lotte! It’s a crunchy chocolate cookie bar filled with creamy vanilla and coated with luscious dark chocolate and cookie bits.
Jaws Jelly. These jelly candies are shaped like shark heads. The color is plain and dark, but the taste is bursting with sweet strawberry and juicy orange flavors.
Joyak Dol. It’s a famous Korean candy which is colorful and flavorful. The ones we received are inside a super cute container. The candies come in three different flavors: strawberry, green apple, and lemon. To use, just shake the container so the candies will roll-out! Like the Korean version of Nerds, except they’re not sour, and a little more chewy.
Getting a Snack Fever box every month is a delight. They have been consistent in giving us high-quality snacks to munch on. We’re really happy that box has something for each member of the family. My kids loved the candies and sweets, while my husband and I really enjoyed the milk caramel candy and the other savory treats. 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?