South Korea won a home gold medal on day two of the International Sambo Federation President's Cup in Donghae.
Jaehee Jang provided the host nation delight at the Municipal Arena as he sealed glory in the men's 74 kilograms division.
He defeated his team-mate Jinho Lim in the final as South Korea clinched a 1-2.
Bronze medals were won by Shao-kang Li of Chinese Taipei and Japan's Yamato Tange.
Uzbekistan also enjoyed a good day as the country claimed two gold medals.
The first arrived in the men's combat 62kg class as Otabek Olimov topped the pile.
He was too strong for compatriot Miranshokh Asatullaev in the final as South Korea's Junhyeok Lee and Tajikistan's Sobir Mansurov won bronze.
The men's 82kg combat provided Uzbekistan with their second gold of the day.
Farrukh Jumaev came out on top with a win against Russia's Aleksei Khabarov in the final.
Bronzes went to Russia and Chinese Taipei, courtesy of Zhi-cheng Shen and Nikolai Vaniukhanov respectively.
Russia, Kazakhstan and Romania also won gold medals on day two of the tournament.
Anton Surovtsev disappointed the home fans with victory over South Korea's Seungyeon Kim in the final of the men's 90kg division.
Russia and South Korea also shared the bronze medals, with Vasilii Pashuk and Hwan Gu the respective podium finishers for their nations.
Kaiyrberdi Aidynbay won the Kazah gold after he triumphed in the men's 57kg class.
He beat Japan's Genki Baba in the final.
Sergei Fedorov of Russia and Razavi Navbakhorov of Tajikistan both won bronze medals.
Daniela Poroineanu won Romania's gold in the sole women's event held today.
She defeated Yongho Kim of South Korea to triumph at 60kg.
Yoojin Jang won another home medal with bronze, with Luliia Litvintseva of Russia also doing enough for a minor medal.