And in women's volleyball, where South Korea were chasing a bronze medal, they came up short this morning in the final, losing in three straight sets to Serbia.
That's good enough for a fourth place finish in Tokyo, which will be the last Olympics for the team's much admired captain Kim Yeon-keong.
The Korean women were ahead at several points in those three sets, encouraged by their coach, who's led them on a strong run this year as underdogs.
But that rounds out Korea's run at this Olympics with six gold medals and 20 in total.
At this hour, that's good enough for a ranking of 15th, though that could change.
The closing ceremony of the Olympics starts at 8 PM.