"That's how it is in football, especially when it ends like this, with a goal", he said when asked about the incident.
Sweden is now on the outside looking in on a top two spot, and advancing to the next round, in its World Cup group.
While coach Shin Tae-yong rued missing key players such as striker Lee Keun-ho through injury, he said changes were needed within South Korea's domestic set up to turn around the team's fortunes.
The 29-year-old was later targeted on social media, and on Sunday the Sweden squad stood behind Durmaz as he read a statement before shouting "f*** racism" in unison.
However, Toni Kroos produced the moment of individual brilliance that reignited Germany's campaign as he scored from a free-kick in the fifth minute of stoppage time to clinch a 2-1 win.
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"If we have this (VAR) system it is is unfortunate he (Marciniak) feels so secure in the live situation he doesn't go and have a look".
Timo Werner of Germany gets fouled by Jimmmy Durmaz of Sweden ahead of Germany's second goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group F match between Germany and Sweden at Fisht Stadium on June 23, 2018 in Sochi, Russia.
The charismatic midfielder, who has won four Champions League titles with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, had always been criticised for not succeeding 2014 World Cup winners Philipp Lahm and Bastian Schweinsteiger as the national team's talisman. "So I was very angry", he said.
For Monday's training, South Korea reportedly practiced their counterattack tactics against Germany.
Sweden sit third in the group, level on three points and with the same goal difference of zero as Germany, leaving Sebastian Larsson and his team-mates to make a simple calculation.
Germany, looking far sharper than they did in their opening defeat against Mexico, piled forward and eventually earned their reward when Marco Reus reacted quickly to turn the ball in shortly after the interval. "That's what we apologised to the Swedish coach & his team [for]", the statement added.