Kim Han-jin came out on top of the men's individual event ©Getty Images

South Korea and Hungary added to their golden tally on the final day of the Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships in Guimaraes.

Two of the gold medals on offer went to South Korea while Hungary secured one and settled for two second place finishes.

Kim Han-jin propelled her country to a title in the men’s individual event after accumulating 21.500.

She edged out Spain’s Miquel Mane in second, who made 21.300, and Italy’s Davide Nacci in third after he totalled 20.750.

South Korea won their second title of the day in the dance final thanks to the team combination of Ryu Ju-sun, Ryu Min-ji, Han Jae-hyun, Koh Eun-byeol, Kim Eung-soo, Lee Jun-kyu, Song Sung-kyu and Yoon Chang-li.

The Asian country scored 18.250 to edge Hungary’s 17.850 and Italy’s 17.350.

Fanni Mazacs and Daniel Bali partnered to win mixed pair final ©Getty Images
Fanni Mazacs and Daniel Bali partnered to win mixed pair final ©Getty Images

Hungary managed to secure a title, with Fanni Mazacs and Daniel Bali recording 20.700 in the mixed pair final to top the standings.

Tamires Silva and Lucas Barbosa of Brazil combined to make 20.600 to finished second and Vietnam’s Hoang Phong Le and Ngoc Thuy Tran totalled 20.550 to walk away with bronze.

Le and Tran returned for their nation to win gold in the group event alongside Che Thanh Nguyen, Viet Anh Nguyen and Hoai An Vuong.

The Vietnamese tallied 20.738 as Hungary finished second on 20.572 and Italy concluded the competition third on 20.077.