Google offices raided in Korea over antitrust concerns
doesn't require manufacturers using Android to include Google search or Google applications. Heck, why not send the Korea Fair Trade Commission an Amazon Kindle Fire? There recently has been talk of an Android smartphone hitting the market this year without Google applications. In addition to the charges, the KFTC also says that Google has been deleting sensitive documents during the raid. For its part, Google says it will continue to cooperate with the government.
For some reason, Google can't seem to convince overseas regulatory agencies that it doesn't demand the use of Google branded search or apps in order to use Android. For example, Google has until July 2nd to respond to similar charges made by the European Union Competition Commissioner.
source: AllThingsD, CNET