Lee Seung-yun helped South Korea to the men's recurve team final at the Asian Archery Championships ©Getty Images

South Korea's dominance continued at the Asian Archery Championships as it made it to the final in every team event in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka.

The formidable trio of Han Woo Tack, Kim Pil-joong and Lee Seung-yun steamrolled their way to the recurve men's team final with 6-0 wins against both Pakistan and Kazakhstan in the quarter-finals and semi-finals, respectively.

Led by Olympic champion Lee, the South Koreans will face India in the gold-medal match after Pravin Ramesh Jadhav, Kapil and Parth Sushant Salunkhe overcame Bangladesh 5-4.

The hosts took India to the brink but lost on the tiebreaker.

The finalists beat Saudi Arabia with ease 55-49, 60-51, 55-50 in the quarter-finals.

Meanwhile, top seeds Lim Hae-jin, Oh Ye-jin and Ryoo Su-jung emulated their male compatriots' success with a comfortable route to the recurve women's team final.

Lim, Oh and Ryoo, who are all in the individual women's recurve semi-finals, were awarded a first-round bye before crushing Bangladesh 57-54, 58-51, 55-50.

They will also face India in the final after they beat Vietnam 51-48, 56-50, 53-50.

South Korea has won the past four men's and women's team events and the previous two mixed team tournaments at the Asian Archery Championships.

Bangladesh, represented by Diya Siddique and Amirkhan Adrikov, progressed to their only team finals in the mixed recurve with 6-2 and 5-4 wins against Iran and India.

They will challenge Roo and Lee for gold, who bulldozed past Jordan and Uzbekistan with two 6-0 victories.

South Korea did not ease off in the compound divisions, with Choi Yong-hee, Kim Jong-ho and Yang Jae-won cruising to the men's final.

The threesome beat Iraq 236-223 and Bangladesh 235-228 to secure their spot against Kazakhstan, who bagged a 233-226 win over Vietnam before scraping past India in a nail-biting 230-229 finish.

They are looking to win the country's third consecutive title.

Kim Yung-hee, Oh Yoo-hyun and Song Yun-soo fired South Korea to the women's compound team final against Priya Gurjar, Parneet Kaur and Jyothi Surekha Vennam of Iran.

The Iranians prevailed in two difficult draws with wins against Bangladesh and Iran.

Following that, Kim Yun-hee and Choi Yong-hee of South Korea will go head-to-head with Vennam and Rishabh Yadav in the mixed compound team final.

The action continues in Dhaka tomorrow with the bronze finals for recurve and compound finals for the men's and women's team divisions.