In 2004, La Roche, a multi-national pharmaceutical corporation, acquired the license to launch Fuzeon, an anti-retroviral product. However, South Korean people with HIV/AIDS have never seen this drug in the last 4 years. This was due to a strong ‘will’ of La Roche requesting the South Korean Government accept the price of 22 million KRW (roughly 22,000 USD) per year. The company has been withholding the distribution of the drug for the last 4 years. The exclusive right of patent protection, owned by La Roche, guarantees that the company’s murderous will is observed in South Korea.