I thought he was the best player on the pitch by a distance and I feel for him - nobody wants to miss a penalty.
He is 21 and he didn't deserve to be the one to miss but he'll learn a lot from that and will probably come back a better player.
I honestly thought Spain would beat Korea and they probably should have done.
But the simple fact is they didn't.
In cup football, if you don't get lucky, if bad decisions go against you and if you don't score your penalties when you need to, then you go out.
Korea were probably tired against Spain.
That was the third game in a row that they had picked the same team and it took it out of them.
It was humid too - even the Koreans felt it - so that's probably why they had to play a little slower pace and tempo.
We will probably find that Tuesday's night-time kick-off will help them.
And if they are fit and have recovered quickly enough, be in absoultely no doubt that they will give the Germans a real run for their money.
Rudi Voeller's side will certainly need to play better than they have done so far.
Because if they don't, they will soon become the next "big team" to fall on the South Korean sword.