There is a TSB in KIATECHINFO.com about it. it reads like this:
There are two main causes for headlamp fogging: Normal condensation, or a water leak.
1. Normal Moisture / Condensation With a drop in air temperature, condensation droplets may form on the inside of the cool headlamp lens. This condition is NORMAL and can usually be eliminated by turning on the headlamps with the engine running for several minutes. Repair or replacement is not required.
2. Water Leak If water pools at the bottom of the headlamp assembly or if fogging remains after the headlamps have been left on for more than 30 minutes with the engine running, this condition may be caused by a water leak. The condition should be diagnosed, and repaired as needed. Such a condition may result from a poor seal between the housing and lens or socket, from cracks in the headlamp assembly, or from a poor fit.