Park Jeong-hwan vs. Byun Sang-il, competing for a ticket to the Asian Games individual event

 Park Jeong-hwan, 9th dan, and Byeon Sang-il, 9th dan, will compete for the right to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games men’s individual Go match.

Byeon Sang-il, 9th dan, won the Asian Games men’s individual selection round 2nd round 3rd final match held at the Korean Kiwon Competition Hall in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on the 17th, and won a black fire victory over Shin Min-jun 9th dan in 171 moves.

Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, lost in the 3rd station 1, which was held the previous day, but won and tied the score in the 2nd station, which was held on the same day. Then, he won the final country that was played on the day and advanced to the final round of the selection.

As a result, Byeon Sang-il, 9P, received the ranking seed as the 2nd place in the domestic rankings, and will compete for the right to participate in the individual event with Park Jung-Hwan, 9P, who arrived in the final round, in the third round in June. The final round schedule will be finalized after checking the match schedule of the two players.

In the Asian Games men’s individual exhibition, each country is given two pieces, and one piece went to Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, who has the highest domestic ranking among the six Asian Games representatives.

At the Hangzhou Asian Games, a total of three gold medals are at stake, including men’s and women’s team events and men’s individual events.토스카지노

At the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, when baduk was first adopted as an official sport of the Asian Games, Korea won gold medals in three categories: mixed pair, men’s team event, and women’s team event, and achieved dominance in all events.

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