The 23rd final stage of ‘The Three Kingdoms of Korea, China, and Japan Baduk’ and Nongshim Shin Ramyun will begin with the opening match on the 11th of next month.
The first round of the 23rd Nongshim Shin Ramyun World Baduk Championship will be held online from the 11th to the 14th in Korea, China and Japan Kiwon.
The host country, Korea, will form a 9-dan team with Shin Jin-seo (21), Park Jeong-hwan (28), Byeon Sang-il (24), Shin Min-jun (22), and Won Seong-jin (36) to challenge for the second consecutive championship.
Shin Jin-seo 9 dan received the final seed to qualify for the first place in the domestic ranking, and the 2nd to 4th dan Park Jeong-hwan, Byeon Sang-il, and Shin Min-jun 9 dan passed the domestic competition held in July. In addition, Won Seong-jin, who wrote the legend of winning 17 matches in the Go League last season, joined as a wild card and built the strongest power.
This tournament, which will be held online for two consecutive years, skips the opening ceremony as in the previous tournament, and from 2 pm on the 8th, the host country Korea will draw the Daejeon nation and players on behalf of the host country.
China, which had been competing with Korea for the title for 15 consecutive years until the last tournament, was the winner of Ke Jie (24), Me Yu Ting (羋昱廷, 25), Pan Tingyu (範廷鈺, 25), and Li Chin-cheng (李欽誠, 23). Weiqing Li (李維清, 21) formed a 9-dan team. Keze and Mewiting 9 dan went straight to the finals as world championship title holders, while Pan Tingyu, Li Qincheng, and Li Weiqing 9 dan passed their own selection in China.
Japan, which will face Korea and China, is 9 dan, top, with Yuta Iyama (32), Shibano Toramaru (22), Ichiriki Ryo (一力遼, 24), and Xu Jiayuan (24), 9 dan. Politics (余正麒, 26), the 8th dan Japan selected players based on their own performance without a preliminary round.
After the 1st round of the final rounds 1 to 4, the 5th to 9th rounds of the 2nd round will be held online from November 26, and the 3rd round of the finals will be held online from February 21, next year, where the winning team will be decided.
The winning prize of the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup hosted and hosted by Korea Kiwon and sponsored by Nongshim Co., Ltd. is 500 million won, and if you win 3 consecutive championships in the finals, you will receive a 10 million won winning streak prize (10 million won for each additional win after 3 consecutive wins). is paid
In the 22nd tournament, which ended in February this year, Shin Jin-seo’s 9-dan team’s 5 consecutive wins made it the first time in two years Korea won the championship.
In the meantime, Korea has won the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup 13 times, China 8 times, and Japan 1 time.
Reporter Kim Soo-mi [email protected]
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