South Korea claimed nine of the 10 gold medals on offer, as action concluded today at the Asian Archery Championships in Bangkok.
The country's run of victories at the Thai capital's Rajamangala National Stadium included all five in recurve competition for the second consecutive edition of the continental event.
Lee Woo Seok beat team mate Kim Woojin 6-4 to take the men's individual gold medal in a reverse of the 2018 Asian Games final, while world number one Kang Chae Young defeated China's Zheng Yichai 7-3 in the women's individual final.
Kim, Lee and Oh Jin Hyek combined to overcome North Korea's Ri Tae Bom, Kim Kuk Song and Kim Sung Hyok 6-0 in the men's team final.
In the women's team final, Kang, Choi Misun and Lee Eun Gyeong triumphed by the same scoreline over China's Cao Hui, Zheng Yichai and Long Xiaoqing.
There was also success for South Korea in the mixed team final, as Kang and Kim beat Chinese Taipei's Lei Chien-Ying and Su Yu-Yang 5-1.
South Korea's Choi Yonghee defeated Vietnam's Nguyen Van Day 145-141 in the men's individual compound final.
Compatriot Seol Dayeong then upset her team mate So Chaewon, ranked six in the world, 144-139 to win the women's individual compound title.
South Korea secured the men's and women's team compound crowns at the expense of Indian opposition competing under a neutral flag due to the current suspension of the Archery Association of India.
Yang Jaewon, Choi and Choi Eun-Kyu edged Abhishek Verma, Rajat Chauhan and Mohan Ramswaroop Bhardwaj 233-232 in the men's final.
The women's gold-medal match saw So, Seol and Song Yun Soo prevail 231-215 against Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Muskan Kirar and Priya Gurjar.
Vennam and Verma shocked the second-seeded Taiwanese pairing of Chen Yi-Hsuan and Chen Chieh-Lun in the mixed team compound final, taking a lone gold medal away from South Korea.