The Korean Baduk Wins 3 Times Against China

Korean Baduk wins 3 times against China in the round of 24 on the first day of the LG Cup… 2 losses to Taiwan

Won Seong-jin, Ji-hyeon Lee, Chang-seok Lee, Jin-hwi Kim, Sang-jo Han advance to the round of 16.

Korean Baduk received mixed results against China and Taiwan in the first round of the 29th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo match.

Korea’s eight players participated in the round of 24 of the final held at Konjiam Resort in Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do on the 20th, and five people, including Won Seong-jin, Lee Chang-seok, Ji-hyeon Lee, 9th dan, Kim Jin-hwi, 7th dan, and Han Sang-jo, 6th dan, won, successfully advancing to the round of 16.

By opponent country, all three players who participated in the match between Korea and China won, but all two players who participated in the match against Taiwan lost. 파워볼게임

They recorded 1 win and 1 loss against Japan.

The news of the first victory of the day was delivered by the eldest brother, Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan.

Won Seong-jin showed superiority from the beginning against China’s powerhouse She Erhao 9th dan, but lost the match after 212 moves.

Won Seong-jin was more than happy to get his first win after suffering three consecutive losses against She Er Hao.

Ji-Hyun Lee and Chang-Seok Lee then showed off their spirit by defeating China’s 9th dan Pan Tingyu and Gu Zihao, both former world champions, respectively.

However, 9th dan Kang Dong-yoon and 5th dan Choi Hyeon-jae were unfortunately eliminated after losing to Taiwan’s 8th dan Lai Jun-fu and 9th dan Xu Hao-hong, respectively.

In addition, 6th dan Han Sang-jo, who was participating in a world competition for the first time, defeated Japan’s 9th dan Atsushi Ida by non-disqualification and advanced to the round of 16.

However, 9th dan Park Geon-ho lost to Japan’s 9th dan Xu Jiayuan.

In the only sibling match in the round of 24, 9th dan Kim Jin-hwi defeated 9th dan Kim Myung-hoon and joined the round of 16.

After the round of 24, the draw for the round of 16 resulted in 3 Korea-China matches, 2 Korea-Japan matches, and 2 Korea-China matches, including 9-dan Lee Chang-seok meeting 9-dan Ke Jie, ranked first in China.