As that double play was being turned Jon Miller said that second baseman Young Min Ko was the player who was knocked goofy by that slide the previous inning. He had it wrong. It was center fielder Yong-Kyu Kim who broke his batting helmet.
Hisashi Iwakuma is still in there with his pitch count below 80.
Hyun-Soo Kim lifts a fly to left field for the first out, bringing up Tae Kyun Kim for what could be his last at-bat in this tournament. Iwakauma quickly gets ahead 0-2, then overthrows a fastball for ball one outside. He comes back inside and Kim flies out to left. Now it's Shin-Soo Choo, who homered his last time up. Here he flies to the left field foul line.
Iwakuma needed just nine pitches in that inning, but his pitch count is in the mid-80s, it's a one-run game, and all three outs were deep fly balls. I'd expect to see a new Japanese pitcher in the eighth.