Team Korea added four more gold medals in four different sports at the Hangzhou Asian Games on Tuesday.
The first gold medal of the day came in the men’s ten-meter running target mixed shooting event, in which the trio of Jeong You-jin, Ha Kwang-chul and Kwak Yong-bin finished first.
Over in the women’s under-53 kilogram taekwondo competition, Park Hye-jin won gold in the kyorugi, or sparring discipline, the fourth gold medal for South Korea in all taekwondo competitions.
Kim Ha-yun helped Team Korea add its first gold medal in judo at this year’s Asian Games as she won the women’s over-78 kilogram competition after defeating Xu Shiyan of China and becoming the country’s first-ever Asian Games champion in the heaviest weight class in women’s judo.
Sabre fencer Yoon Ji-su rounded out the day’s gold medal run with her first career individual gold medal.
In the swimming competitions, South Korea added three medals, with Lee Eun-ji winning bronze in women’s 200 meter backstroke, Kim Woo-min winning silver in the men’s 15-hundred meter freestyle and the men’s 4x100 meter medley relay team winning silver.