The leader picked up their pace by posting a strong 500 in the fourth game to stretch their lead over their compatriots from 38 to 86 pins. Afifah and Zulkifli made up grounds with 519 and 469 in their third and fourth games to tie second spot with the first Korean pair.
Cheah and Sin continued to slip down with 401 in their fourth game. Lee and Kim completed the six game with 486 and 454 to comfortably win the gold medal with 2896 total pinfalls. Kim and Lee gave Korea a one-two finish to win the silver medal with 2753.
Cheah and Sin recovered with 502 in the fifth game but managed only 424 to settle for the bronze medal with 2744 while ther other Malaysian pair of Afifah and Zulkifli missed the podium by a single pin to finish fourth with 2743.
After two events, Lee Nayoung led the All Events standings with 2912, 26 pins ahead of Zulkifli, who occupied second spot with 2886. 2016 Asian Championships Singles and Masters gold medallist, Jung Dawun is placed third with 2851.