Shin Yeon-gyeong and Lee Jae-yeong became the team’s mainstays, carrying Korea through the first two set wins. Kazakhstan came back much stronger in the third, hoping to regain the impressive form that had won them their first two matches.
But their all-out attempts were in vain as Korea performed superbly to baffle the opposition.
Shin Yeo-gyeong scored 13 points for Korea, while Kazakhstan got 10 points from Ardak Maratova.
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