The champion had ended the hopes of Indonesia when she edged Happy Soediyono, 184-180 to reach the finals. Zatil had earlier eliminated another Indonesian, Tanyya Roumimper from Bandung, 258-238 in the first women's semi-finals.
Newly-crowned Ancol Open champion and topseed, Joung Myo-Boub also made an early exit when she lost to Indonesia's Putty Areim, 176-222 in the first round. Park beat Raniia A Nugroho of Indonesia in the Round 1 and Filipina, Krizziah Tabora in the second round.
Sithiphol's victory in this leg earned him 75 points to move up to eighth in the rankings with 90 points while Park's win slotted the Korean into joint eighth with Philippines leg champion, Apple Posadas of the Philippines.
The top 16 men and top 16 women in the tour rankings have made the cut for Tournament of Champions which will be staged at Ancol Bowling Centre in Jakarta from 16 to 18 January, 2009. Pasut Punsanthaveekul of Thailand and Naif Qbab of UAE tie in 15th and Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia in 16th in the men's and women's standings.
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Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.