The NX200 comes in a relatively small box when compared to it's bigger DSLR cousins. Samsung has kept a very minimalist design to the box though. The front has nothing more than a large colour picture of the NX200 along with the logo and Samsung's "Why Capture? Create!" tagline for this model.
Around back you'll find all the key features for the NX200 packed into one paragraph with a font size just barely large enough to read. This paragraph is found in four different languages. There's also a rear shot of the camera back here too. A few more key features have associated logos on the far side of the box which can also be seen in my picture below.
The bundle included with the NX200 gives you everything you need to get started. You've got the camera body and lens, a lens hood, battery and battery charger, strap and a few I/O and power cables. Since the NX200 doesn't have a built in flash (unfortunately), Samsung also includes a small pop-up flash which mounts on the flash shoe on top of the camera. The pop-up flash is small enough that you'd be fine to leave it installed all the time - even when the camera isn't in use. The battery charger with a separate AC cable is a bit of an inconvenience - I prefer chargers with pop-out AC prongs because they're less bulk to toss into a camera bag.