First block third-placed, Oh Sanghyeon of Cheonan took over the lead at the start of the second block to leader Kim by 11 pins. But his lead lasted only one game as Lee Woochang of Korea took over the running with 248 and 264 in his first two games.
Kim continued to trail in second, 18 pins away with perfect-gamer, Lee Yeonji of Korean National team following in third. Lee Woochang kept the lead for another game before Kim posted a superb game of 255 in the ninth to regain his lead.
The 42-year-old Lee Myeonghun, who was third after the eighth game, fired a sizzling 266 to move into second spot, 12 pins behid Kim. Lee Woochang slipped down to a distant third while KPBA's Kim Sujin and Oh Sanghyeon made in roads for fourth and fifth positions.
Lee Myeonghun ended the second block with 225 to win the squad with 2333. Kim settled for second with 2317 and Lee Woochang took third spot with 2281. Oh and KPBA's women pro, Park Jinhee completed the top 5 with 2273 and 2260 respectively.