South Korea won a further seven golds today to continue their dominance of the World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships ©World Taekwondo

South Korea won another seven gold medals today at the World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships in Chinese Taipei, to continue their domination of the event.

Having won eight world titles yesterday, the country showed their strength once again today to claim a further seven from 11 different categories at the University of Taipei Gymnasium.

The first final of the day was one of the few in which South Korea did not win, with home athlete Chieh-Yu Li taking the title in the individual women's junior event, but it did not take long for the South Koreans to add to their medal tally.

The second event, the individual men's under-65 division, saw Dong Kyun Seo take gold for South Korea ahead of Ecuador's Marcelo Prado, with the bronze medals claimed by Canada's Bhajan Mann and Australia's David Atkinson.

South Korea's second gold of the day then came in the pairs cadet final, in which Chang-hyun Lee and Joo Yeong Lee triumphed over the home pair from Chinese Taipei, Jui Tse Yu and Yen-Yu Kuo, while their third title also came in a team event.

Mexico were one of the few other countries to pick up a medal today ©World Taekwondo
Mexico were one of the few other countries to pick up a medal today ©World Taekwondo

In the men's team junior final Geun Young Lee, Hak-Jun Lee and Ho Lee Min again saw off the team from Chinese Taipei to claim the title.

Settling for silver were Yi-Cheng Huang, Yong-ze Ma and Hui-Hung Yu.

South Korea ended the day with four final wins in a row.

In the men's under-30 team event Jun Yeong Yang, Wan-Jin Kang and Dong Yun Kim came together to beat Chinese Taipei's team of Yu-Tse Hsu, Yun-Zhong Ma and Mu-En Chiou, and then in the women's under-30 team event So Young Lee, Somi Sim and Jimin Um beat Mexico's team of Daniela Morales Rodriguez, Zulema Ramirez Ibanez and Paula Fregoso.

The last two finals of the day then once again saw South Korea triumph over Chinese Taipei, with Tae-Joo Na beating Yu-Han Lin in the men's over-17 event, before Jinman Kim and Yeowon Gwak beat Chia-En Su and Po-Kai Chen in the over-17 freestyle pair contest.

The Championships will end with a final day of action tomorrow.