Huh Mimi won the women's under-57kg gold defeating Rio 2016 gold medallist Rafaela Silva in the final ©Getty Images

South Korea have established a lead in the overall medals table with two golds, one silver and one bronze medal at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in Almada, Portugal.

Lee Joonhwan in the men’s under-81 kilograms and Huh Mimi in the women’s under-57kg won gold medals for the Asian nation.

Lee, who won Two Grand Slam gold medals last year defeated Eljan Hajiyev of Azerbaijan in the final.

Huh got the better of Rio 2016 gold medallist Rafaela Silva in the final.

Two time Olympic medallist An Ba-ul got silver in the under-66kg category while Kang Heoncheol settled for bronze in the under-73kg class.

Uzbekistan is behind South Korea with two gold medals.

Mukhriddin Tilovov and Obidkhon Nomonov bagged the titles in the men’s under-66kg and under-73kg categories, respectively.

Tilovov, a two-time Asian Championships medallist, defeated An in the final.

Nomonov got he better of three-time IJF Grand Slam medallist Zhansay Smagulov of Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan, however, are the third best nation thanks to a gold medal from Abiba Abuzhakynova.

The 2022 World Championships bronze medallist defeated Galiya Tynbayeva  in the inder-48kg class.

Britain, Portugal, Australia and Japan have managed to win one gold medal each so far.