In the women's division, Korea retained the Masters title after fourth-seed, Choi brushed aside compatriot, Lee Hyeon Gyung, 2-0 in the all-Korean final to pick up a second gold medal for the Korean women.
The champion edged 16th-seed, Fang Juanjuan of China A, 2-0 in the first semi-final match to advance to the final. She also dispatched fifth-seed, Wang Ting-Wen of Chinese Taipei, 2-0 in the quarter-finals and 13th-seed, Chan Shuk Han of Hong Kong, 2-1 in the Round of 16.
Lee narrowly beat Singles gold medallist, Milki Ng of Hong Kong, 2-1 in the other semi and another Taiwanese, Wang Yu-Huei, 2-0 in the quarter-finals. Lee sailed past Doubles gold medallist, Peng Rui of China A, 2-0 in the Round of 16.
Korea topped the overall medal tally with 5 gold, 4 silver and 9 bronze medals. China A finished second with 3 gold, 7 silver and 3 bronze medals. Hong Kong was third with 3 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals while Chinese Taipei took home 1 gold and 5 bronze medals.