The governments of some developed countries consider wet tissues as crucial hygiene supplies, and in each country, the FDA (the Food and Drug Administration) manages them for itself. In these countries, wet tissues are designated and managed as ‘Drugs’, ‘Quasi-Drug’, or ‘Cosmetics’. Therefore, the manufacturer of quasi-drugs can mean ‘a company that is prepared and specially recognized by a country’. In Korea, there is some discussion on designating wet tissues as a quasi-drug provided they are for infants, but there is not enough public opinion on the need to do so yet. In Korea, only two types of wet tissue that should be especially safe are designated as quasi-drugs and are managed by the KFDA (Korea Food and Drug Administration). These wet tissues are ‘tissues for cleaning the baby mouth ’ and ‘tissues for sterilizing the hands’, both of which are managed as quasi-drugs. Our company is the first quasi-drug manufacturing licensor of the tissue for cleaning the baby mouth and the tissue for sterilizing the hands in Korea.