2017 World Games Singles gold medallist, Cho posted 236 and 2015 Men's World Championships Masters gold medallist, Kang added 198 to beat their compatriots by 51 pins. World Championships and Asian Games multiple gold medallist, Choi shot 212 while debutant Kim managed only 171.
The champion breezed past fifth-seed, Dhruv Sarda and Shabbir Dhankot of India, 458-365 in the semi-final match to advance to the final while Choi and Kim also had an easy victory over sixth-seed, Wu Siu Hong and Michael Mak of Hong Kong, 449-396 to set up the all-Korean final.
Cho and Kang advanced to the semi-finals after edging seventh-seed, Jassim Al-Muraikhi and Ghanim Aboujassoum of Qatar, 389-381 in the quarter-finals. Choi and Kim also easily dispatched eighth-seed, Fachri Ibnu Askar and Diwan Rezaldy of Indonesia, 484-342.