[Asian Games] Woo-Seok Lee and Si-Hyun Lim Secure Silver Medal in Mixed Archery in Indonesia
The winner of the Japan-Iran match will face off in the final this evening.
Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyun
The Lee Woo-seok (Kolon) and Im Si-hyeon (Korea National Sport University)
secured a silver medal in the archery mixed team event (mixed event) at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.
Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyeon defeated Indonesia’s Riau Salsavila and Dyananda Choirunisa 6-2 (40-37 39-39 37-37 40-2) in the semifinals of the mixed archery match held at the Puyang Inhu Sports Center Archery Range in Hangzhou, China on the 4th. 35) and advanced to the finals. 카지노사이트원
Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyeon will face off against the winner of the Japan-Iran match for the gold medal at 5:20 p.m. Korean time.
If Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyun get one more win,
Korean archery will win the mixed gold medal for the first time at the Asian Games.
At the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang competition, where this event was introduced, it failed to win a prize.
Lee Woo-seok, who won two silver medals in the men’s team event and individual event at the Jakarta-Palembang Games,
is aiming for his first Asian Games gold medal.
Im Si-hyun is the ‘youngest ace’ who became a member of the national team for the first time this year and has achieved the best results among Korean female players in international competitions such as the World Cup.
The wind that had been calm before started to blow around the time the game between Korea and Indonesia started.
However, Lee Woo-seok and Im Si-hyeon took the lead without wavering,
scoring all four shots in the first set at 10 points.
In the 2nd and 3rd sets, both teams were unable to decide the winner and shared 1 set point each.
In the 4th set, Korea’s victory was confirmed as India took the first shot at 8 points.
Korea previously defeated Vietnam’s Nguyen Duy and Do Thi An Nguyet 6-0 (39-35 38-36 39-36) in the quarterfinals.
The Vietnamese archery team is led by Coach Park Chae-soon,
who led the Korean national team at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.