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Lee loses round of 16 with 3-point shot Woo-Seok Lee also loses in round of 32 Women's Ahn, Kang, Chae-young, and Lim advanced to the quarterfinals of the individual competition.

South Korean men's archery standout Kim Woo-jin (Cheongju City), a three-time defending world champion, failed to advance to the quarterfinals of the individual competition at the Berlin 2023 World Championships. Kim Jeduk (Yecheon-gun), the two-time Tokyo 2020 Olympic champion, was the only other Korean to reach the quarterfinals.

Kim lost to Indonesia's Arif Pangestu 5-6 (27-24 22-26 24-24 26-27 25-23 <9-10>) in the round of 16 of the men's recurve individual event on Wednesday (March 3) in Berlin, Germany.

Kim, who finished first in the qualifying round, got off to an easy start, taking the first two points with a 27-24 win in the first set.

However, he made a big mistake in the second set when he shot his third arrow for three points and gave away the momentum. He lost the second set 22-26.

After tying the third set 24-24, Kim dropped the fourth set 26-27 to fall behind 3-5. Kim won the fifth set 25-23 to level the set at 5-5, but Pangestu shot 9 of 10 in the shootout to win the match.

Kim Woo-jin is an icon in men's archery, having won two Olympic gold medals and three individual, team and mixed titles at the last World Championships, the 2021 Yankton Games.

Lee Woo-seok (KOR) was eliminated in the round of 32 after losing to Eric Peters (CAN) with a set score of 3-7 (27-26 28-29 25-28 29-29 26-27).

Only the youngest of the three men's competitors, Kim Jeduk, made it to the quarterfinals. Kim is the next generation to win gold in the team and mixed events at the Tokyo Olympics.

The women's team, who shocked the world by being eliminated in the first round of the tournament for the first time ever, cruised in the individual competition. Kang Chae-young (Hyundai Mobis), Ahn An (Gwangju Women's University), and Lim Im-hyun (Korea Stay) all reached the quarterfinals.

From the recurve quarterfinals, 스포츠토토 the finals will be held on June 6.