Actually the English label on a sticker on the back of the box says Black Sesami (misspelling). No matter. I enjoyed eating these crackers a lot.


Jean-François Millet (밀레) is given credit for the painting — The Angelus (만종), 1857–59, currently in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. I guess the art is in the public domain? Anyway, the packaging design is very good.

There are two individual packs / servings in a box. The crackers are sweet and crisp, and dotted with a few black sesame seeds.

Serving Size: 18 crackers (46 grams). Honestly, I didn’t count but they didn’t seem to be that many.

Nutrition Facts: Per Serving: 225 calories, 112 from fat. Total Fat 10 grams — saturated fat 5g, no trans fat. No cholesterol. Sodium 168 milligrams. Total Carbohydrates 30 grams — dietary fiber 1 gram, sugars 10 g. Protein 4 g. No Vitamin A, Vitamin C, calcium or iron.

Ingredients: Whear [sic] flour, sugar, vegetable oil, HYDROGENATED vegetable oil (soy), coconut flour, sweetened condensed milk, roatsed [sic] black sesami [sic], ammonium bicarbonate, condensed milk cream, pregelatined cereal powder, roasted sesami [sic], salt, butter, egg whole, roasted black soybean powder, sodium bicarbonate, almond powder, black sesami [sic] paste, soy lecithin, milk flavor, enzyme, cinnamon powder, coconut flavor, sodium bisulfite.

That has to be the most poorly written English label I’ve seen on a South Korean product. But that’s not as important as taste, and these crackers tasted good.

Allergy Information: contains wheat, milk, egg, soybean, almond, coconut.

Manufactured by LOTTE Confectionery Co., Ltd. Seoul, Korea. UPC Bar Code 8 801062 248230.

The hangul says that the box is recyclable paper and that the retail price is 1,000 Korean won. I think I was able to get this on sale for just 99 cents at Gaju Market.