South Korea Wins Men’s Team Event at 19th Baduk Asian Games
(Hangzhou = Yonhap News) By Reporter Hong Gyu-bin
In a thrilling final of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games Baduk tournament, South Korea emerged victorious in the men’s team event. The match, held at the Chinese Academy of Sciences branch in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, saw Korea defeat China to claim the gold medal.
Featuring a simultaneous 5-on-5 format, the Korean team, consisting of 9-dan players Shin Jin-seo, Shin Min-jun, and Park Jeong-hwan, showcased their exceptional skills by defeating their Chinese counterparts – Yang Ding-xin, Ke Jie, and Mi Yu-ting. With three victories under their belt, Korea secured the top spot on the podium.
After securing a bronze in the men’s individual event and a silver in the women’s team event, this gold medal win brings much-needed redemption for Korean Baduk.
Earlier in the competition, Shin Jin-seo missed out on the opportunity to compete in the men’s individual final after losing to Taiwan’s Xu Hao-hong. Nevertheless, Korea displayed great resilience and determination in the team event.
The women’s team final, held on the same day, ended in a 1-2 defeat for Korea against China, with Choi Jeong and Kim Eunji delivering strong performances.
The competition enforced a time limit of three countdowns of 30 seconds per hour for each player, adhering to Chinese rules with a bonus of 7 and a half albums.
Shin Min-jun Faces Off Against Ke Jie in Men’s Team Final
(Hangzhou = Yonhap News) By Reporter Kim In-cheol
In an intense battle for the gold medal at the 19th Baduk Asian Games in Hangzhou, South Korea’s Shin Min-jun went head-to-head against China’s Ke Jie.
The highly anticipated match took place at the prestigious Chinese Academy of Sciences branch in Zhejiang, China, on the 3rd of October. Both players showcased their exceptional skills and strategic thinking, captivating the audience with their moves.
As the tournament unfolded, it became clear that every move held great significance, with both players leaving no stone unturned in their quest for victory.
Shin Min-jun’s ability to analyze the board and anticipate his opponent’s moves was truly commendable, while Ke Jie’s resilience and tenacity kept the match on edge until the very end.
The clash between these two talented players was a true testament to the essence of Baduk, showcasing the depth and intricacies of the game.
As the dust settled, only one victor emerged, and their exceptional performance will forever be etched in the history of the 19th Baduk Asian Games.
Shin Jin-seo plays against China’s Yang Ding-xin
(Hangzhou = Yonhap News) Reporter Kim In-cheol = Korea’s Shin Jin-seo plays against China’s Yang Ding-xin in the men’s team final of the 19th Baduk Asian Games Hangzhou held at the branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Zhejiang, China, on the 3rd. 2023.10.3 firstname.lastname@example.org
On the 3rd, Korea defeated China in the men’s team final of the Baduk tournament held at the Chinese Academy of Sciences branch in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China.
In a simultaneous 5-on-5 match, 9-dan Shin Jin-seo, Shin Min-jun, and Park Jeong-hwan defeated China’s 9-dan Yang Ding-xin, Ke Jie, and Mi Yu-ting in their turn, and Korea managed to secure the gold medal by winning three games.
Korean Baduk, who previously only won a bronze medal in the men’s individual event and a silver medal in the women’s team event, managed to save face with this gold medal.
In the men’s individual semi-final on the 28th of last month, Shin Jin-seo lost to Taiwan’s 9th under Xu Hao-hong in 278 moves and had to settle for a bronze medal.
In the women’s team final held earlier that day, 9th seed Choi Jeong and 7th seed Kim Eunji lost, and Korea lost 1-2 to China.
In this competition, the time limit was three countdowns of 30 seconds per hour for each player. The bonus is 7 and a half albums following Chinese rules.
Shin Min-jun plays against Ke Jie
(Hangzhou = Yonhap News) Reporter Kim In-cheol = South Korea’s Shin Min-jun plays against China’s Ke Jie in the men’s team final of the 19th Baduk Asian Games Hangzhou held at the branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Zhejiang, China, on the 3rd. 2023.10.3 email@example.com
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