Korea has six outs to get two runs to stay alive.
Hisahsi Iwakuma is still in there, though Yu Darvish is warm in the bullpen.
Bum Ho Lee leads off by doubleing off the base of the wall in the right-field gap.
What did I tell you last inning? Tatsunori Hara should go to Darvish right here, even with the bottom of the order coming up. Iwakuma's at 86 pitches.
Like Young Min Ko drops a foul right where Michihiro Ogasawara put one, untouched, in the top of the inning, he then grounds out to shortstop, moving Lee to third base. The insurance run Japan got in the top of the inning looms large.
Korean manager In-Sik Kim sends up monstrous slugger Dae Ho Lee to hit for catcher Kyun Oan Park. Park struck out looking and fouled out to the catcher in his two at-bats. Lee swings at the first pitch and lifts a ball 390 feet to dead center, sending Bum Ho Lee home. 3-2 Japan.