Philippines' first pair of Kayle Abad and Patrick Nuqui missed the podium with 2432 to finish fourth while the second Korean pair of Won Jonghyeok and Han Seongsu, who finished second in the second squad, rounded out the top five with 2332.
In the girl's division, Korea's second pair of Shin Hyebin and Jeong Yeri literally from start to finish in the second squad except sharing the lead with Macau's second pair of Chan Hei Io and So Cheng Lam in the third game.
The Koreans reeled in 389, 388, 393, 396 and 395 and needed a near-impossible 552 in their final game to snatch the gold from Squad 1 leader, Malaysia. They ended strongly to top the squad and clinch the silver medal with 2389.
Singapore's first pair Charmaine Chang and Amabel Chua, who was second to Malaysia in the first squad settled for the bronze medal with 2354. The other Malaysian pair of twins, Nurul Alyssa and Nurul Ayunni, who finished second to the Korean Squad 2 leader, missed the podium by 58 pins to end up in fourth overall.