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South Korea, consisting of Lee Woo-seok (Kolon), Oh Jin-hyuk (Hyundai Steel), and Kim Je-deok (Yecheon County Office), defeated North Korea with a set score of 6-0 ( won 57-54 57-56 58-52).
In North Korea, Lee Tae-beom, Kim Kook-sung, and Han Myeong-gyu formed a group. Lee Tae-beom and Kim Kook-seong also participated in the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang competition.
The Korean men's recurve team is aiming for its first team gold medal in 13 years since the 2010 Guangzhou Games. He won a bronze medal at the 2014 Incheon Games and a silver medal at the Jakarta-Palembang Games.
Korea took the lead at 57-54 with three 10-point shots in the first set, and took the second set at 57-56.
He scored four 10-point shots in the third set, ending the game at 58-52. North Korea made a mistake by shooting 6 points in the last shot.
The recurve women's national team of Im Si-hyeon (Korea National Sport University), Choi Mi-seon (Gwangju Bank), and Ansan (Gwangju Women's University) defeated Uzbekistan with a set score of 6-0 (58-47 59-52 59-54) in the round of 16 of the team event.
Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyun, who participated in the round of 16 of the previously held recurve mixed match, easily defeated Tajikistan with a set score of 6-0 (36-31 38-36 37-33) and advanced to the quarterfinals.
Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyun took first place in the ranking round the day before. He has the best record among Korean athletes and will participate in the individual, team, and mixed competitions at this tournament and challenge for three gold medals.
The compound mixed team, teamed by Joo Jae-hoon (Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power) and So Chae-won (Hyundai Mobis), also defeated Mongolia 155-145 in the round of 16.
Tuesday, October 3, 2023