Yun had a moderate start with 228 in her opening game and had to share seventh spot when KPBA's Lee Youngjun took the early lead with 263. Others who were ahead Yun were KPBA's Kang Minhwan, Indonesia's Hengki Susanto, KPBA's Kim Yonghan with 254, 245 and 244 respectively.
Lee had to share the lead after the second game with Kang despite posting 257 as Kang rolled 266. 2017 Philippine Open champion, Kenneth Chua of Philippines moved up into third, just one pin ahead of Hengki.
The Indonesian took over the lead after another superb game of 258. Ex-Korean national and winner of multiple gold medals at World Championships and Asian Games, Son Yunhee leapfrog into second spot as the early leaders dropped their pace.
Yu Seonghee snatched the lead after the fourth game but was unable to fend off the challenges from others. Yun knocked down a stunning 279 to win the squad with 1234. KPBA's Choi Wonyoung stormed home with 279 and 234 to snatch second spot with 1201.