Kim Min-jong secured the gold medal for South Korea in the mixed team event ©Getty Images

South Korea claimed the final gold medal of the Asia-Oceania Judo Championships in Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan with victory in the mixed team event.

Meeting them in the gold-medal match were Kazakhstan.

In the opening bout Kim Ji-su gave South Korea the lead with an ippon win over Sevara Nishanbayeva in the women's under-57-kilogram category, before Zhansay Smagulov levelled the score with an ippon victory of his own against Kim Lim-hwan in the men's under-73kg.

Zere Bektaskyzy then gave Kazakhstan the lead, emerging victorious after a four-minute stalemate and three-and-a-half minutes of golden score against Kim Seong-yeon in the women's under-70kg.

In the men's under-90kg, Gwak Dong-han made it 2-2, winning against Islam Bozbayev after a minute of golden score.

Han Mi-jin gave South Korea a 3-2 advantage in the women's over-78kg, defeating Kamila Berlikash, and Kim Min-jong confirmed the gold medal for South Korea with an ippon win over Yerassyl Kazhybayev in the men's over-100kg.

Meeting in a bronze-medal match were hosts Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.

The opening bout saw Nilufar Ermaganbetova give Uzbekistan the lead after a women's under-57kg win against Kseniia Beldiagina.

Murodjon Yuldoshev doubled his nation's lead after a victory over Beksultan Sultanov in the men's under-73kg and Gulnoza Matniyazova made it 3-0, winning by ippon in little more than a minute against Aizhan Kadyrbekova in the women's under-70kg.

Erlan Sherov handed the hosts a lifeline by winning a crucial bout in the men's under-90kg by ippon against Davlat Bobonov, making it 3-1.

Despite Kyrgyzstan seemingly mounting a comeback, Rinata Ilmatova secured the bronze medal for Uzbekistan, defeating Nagira Sarbashova by ippon in the women's over-78kg, making the score 4-1.

China faced Turkmenistan in the other bronze-medal match.

In the opening bout, Lu Tongjuan defeated Gulbadam Babamuratova in the women's under-57kg category to give China the lead.

Qing Daga gave China a 2-0 lead, winning by ippon against Hekim Agamammedov in the men's under-73kg.

Sun Xiaoqian made it 3-0 in the women's under-70kg, overcoming Zulhumar Dashkinova in less than 20 seconds by ippon.

Bu Hebilige put the tie to bed with an ippon win over Agamyrat Bashimov in the men's under-90kg, giving China a 4-0 win and the bronze medal.

South Korea topped the final medals table with five gold, five silver and eight bronze medals, ahead of Uzbekistan, China and Japan who all won three gold medals.