Meanwhile, host China A earned their first gold medal of the championships after topseed, Kong Min and Peng Rui outclassed third-seed, Han Jin A and Hong Hyeon Jeong of Korea 1, 432-390 in the Women's Doubles final.
Peng had a clean game in the final including four strikes-in-a-row from frame seventh for 222 and although Kong had a split in the seventh frame, she managed a double in the second and third frames and struck home for 210.
Han had back-to-back splits in the fourth and fifth frames but had three strikes-in-a-row for 188 while Hong had two doubles and a split in her final frame for 202.
The champion had identical score when they ousted fourth-seed, Choi Hyeon Ji and Kim Chae Won, 432-389 in the first semi-final match to reach the final. Han and Hong thrashed second-seed, Wang Ting-Wen and Wang Ya-Ting of Chinese Taipei, 479-415 in the other semi to set up the finale with the Chinese pair.