South Korea’s top-ranked Go player Shin Shin-seo 9 has advanced to the semifinals of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games. Shin Shin-seo defeated Chinese Taipei’s Lai Jun-fu 8th dan with a black two-and-a-half moves victory in the quarterfinals of the men’s individual go competition at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Hangzhou, China on Sunday .On the other hand, Park Jung-hwan 9th dan lost to Taiwanese top-ranked Hsiu Hao-hung 9th dan in 215 moves to reach the quarterfinals. Shin will face Hsieh Hao-hung on the morning of the 28th for a ticket to the final. Shin leads Hsieh Hao-hung in the head-to-head matchup with three wins. His final opponent will be the winner of the semifinal match between 9th dan Curze (China) and 9th dan Ryo Ichiriki (Japan).Shin is 9-11 in their career head-to-head, but in the last two years Shin has won four straight head-to-head. Ryo is undefeated in five. After the match, Shin said, “I think it was difficult until the end because the game went in the direction of my opponent’s best position,” and vowed to “play my best tomorrow as I am the only player left in the quarterfinals. “With three gold medals up for grabs – men’s individual, men’s and women’s team – go is back at the Asian Games after a 13-year absence. South Korea swept the men’s and women’s team and mixed doubles gold medals at the 2010 Guangzhou Games, 스포츠토토존 the first time the sport was included in the program.