In the women's division, Korea's Choi Hyeon Ji, Hong Hyeon Jeong, Kim Chae Won, Min Hyeon Ji and Han Jin A finally won their first gold medal of the championships in the 5-Player Team event. The Koreans edged topseed, China A, 180-179 in the first match and 203-190 in the second for a well-deserved victory.
China A's Peng Rui, Li Qing, Kong Min, Fan Juanjuan and Zhang Yuhong, after the hard work put in in the earlier second block preliminaries to earn top spot with 6014, had to settle for the silver medal.
Korea, who was seeded second defeated third-seed, Chinese Taipei, 191-196, 197-179 and 182-168 to advance to the final. Chinese Taipei's quintet of Wang Ting-Wen, Yang Hao-Ting, Wang Yu-Huei, Li Shiau-Ping and Wang Ya-Ting took home their second brzone medal.
All was not lost as China A came away with the gold and silver medals after Kong Min and Peng Rui finished one-two in the Women's All-Events standings with 4907 and 4905 respectively. Wang Ya-TIng added a third bronze medal with 4768.