Meanwhile, Korea successfully defended the Women's Team title they won in Hong Kong in 2016 after Lee Nayoung, Kim Moonjeong, alternating with Lee Yeonji along with Kang Sujin, Baek Seungja and Jung Dawun overhauled overnight first block leader, Malaysia for the gold.
The champion reeled in 1178, 1232 and 1130 for a second block series of 3540 and a 6-game total of 7045. Malaysia, who had the Singles and Trios gold medal in the bag, had looked set to win their third after leading the first block.
But Sin Li Jane. Esther Cheah, Siti Safiyah Amirah, Nur Syazwani Sahar and Shalin Zulkifli found the medium oil condition a bit tricky to handle managing only 1053, 1038 and 1093 to settle for the silver medal with 6825.
Chinese Taipei's Chang Yu-Hsuan, Wang Ya-Ting, Chien Hsiu-Lan, Tsai Hsin-Yi and Huang Chiung-Yao improved one spot from fourth in the first block to third to pick up the bronze medal with 6781. China, who was third yesterday, missed out by 110 pins after slipping down to fourth with 6671.