The present Article describes the synthesis of ferromagnetic capsules approximately 330 nm in diameter with a nanometer-thick shell to apply to magnetic carriers in a magnetically guided drug delivery system. The magnetic shell of 5 nm in thickness is a nanohybrid, composed of ordered alloy FePt nanoparticles of approximately 3-4 nm in size and a polymer layer of a cationic polyelectrolyte, poly(diaryldimethylammonium chloride) (PDDA). The magnetic capsules have an excellent capacity for carrying medical drugs and genes. Surface-modified silica particles with PDDA were used as a template for the capsules. FePt nanoparticles were deposited on the PDDA-modified silica particles through a polyol method followed by dissolving the silica particles with a NaOH solution, resulting in the formation of the magnetic capsules as the final product. A three-dimensional hollow structure is maintained by the nanohybrid shell. The FePt-nanoparticles/PDDA nanohybrid shell also exhibits a ferromagnetic feature at room temperature because the FePt nanoparticles of an ordered-alloy phase are formed with the aid of PDDA despite the small size (3-4 nm).