Gwangju 2015, organisers of next year's Summer Universiade, has named the seven teams to have won prizes in its IT Contest.
A total of 58 teams submitted their applications, with seven picked as prize winners.
These winners were handed cash prizes and incentives to take on roles at SK C&C.
Top of the pile was Kwon Tae Hyun and lee Min Kyung from Sookmyung Women's University, Department of Computer Science.
Their application, named "2015 Gwangju Universiade", is a one-stop smart phone app for looking up competition schedules, venue information, competition results and records.
It landed the pair the gold medal prize, as well as a cash sum of KRW7,000,000 (£4,000/$6,000/€5,000).
Students from the Yeongseok Park Community Design Centre in Urban Action Network won the silver medal in the IT thesis category with "Vitalising the local sporting community network and IT integration strategies".
The applications and thesis submitted by the winners will be used by SK C&C, who are running the Universiade's total integration management system, to promote the competition over the coming months.
"I hope the Universiade Gwangju 2015 will be for the youth and created by the youth," said Kim Yoon-suk, Gwangju 2015 secretary general.
"Therefore, it is essential for the youth to be a part of the Universiade.
Their creative ideas and passion will be the foundation of this event."
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