Great that there is a Korean mini market just at the ground floor of the place I work. I love Korean biscuits, they are somewhat unique and more delicious.
Since it is an authentic Korean produced biscuit, majority of the products labeling are in Korean words, the box, the ingredients and nutritional labeling alike, I can't read a single word of it, some with a line or two of English, like this one. I usually ask the shop keeper what's the contents of the products if I can't find any descriptions that I can read. Unlike Japanese products, I still can see some Chinese characters to figure out what it is.
After picked and chose, I bought this Butter Coconut biscuits (with a coat of honey on top I suppose). There are 2 individually packs of biscuits inside. Great for my afternoon tea in the office. As you know imported products are generally pricey. This box of biscuit cost me about RM5.00. Would I buy it again? 80% yes.