The 21-year-old Pak, who had led the standings for the last three days with 1513, improved his lower 3-game series of 751 with 766 after the Korean rolled his 300 at last night's 9.00pm qualifying squad to extend his lead in the standings with 1528. Pak also earned MOP 5,000 for the perfect game.
2017 Macao-China Open Men's Graded a champion and team-mate, Hwang Sung Hyun remained in second with 1507 while 2018 Thailand Open Grade A champion, Lee Won Seok gave Korea a sweep of the top 3 positions with 1501.
2017 World Championships Trios gold medallist, Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong, who is off the top 3 bracket by one pin, will surely make a final bid to make the top 3 spots. Wu is fourth with 1500 while Indonesia's Yeri Ramadona rounded out the top 5 with 1497.
There were no changes in the top 2 spots of the local seeded pool reserved for national players as well as the top 3 in the local pool. Zoe Dias Ma headed the standings with 1476 followed by Lei Hok Hin and Lee Tak Man in second and third with 1457 and 1454 respectively.