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the second round of the US Women's Open Golf, the winning garden for Korean players, Hye-Jin Choi and Jin-Young Ko shot a 'good shot' side by side and leaped to the lead.

Correspondent Kwon Jong-oh.


Choi Hye-jin, who was the runner-up in this competition five years ago, flew.

With her 89% green hit percentage, she cut 7 shots and jumped from 28 the previous day to a tie for 3 with a total of 7 under par.

In her lead American Harigae, she was only two strokes behind Korean-Australian Lee Min-ji, allowing her to aim for a come-back victory.

Jinyoung Ko showed off his splendid skills that were ranked No. 1 in the world.

On the 14th hole, she cheered as she dropped a long birdie putt she tried off the green.

The highlight was the par 5 15th hole.

She got the ball to the green on the second shot with about 228m to the pin, and putt the conversion eagle from 4m away.

Jinyoung Ko, who cut four shots, jumped to a tie for fifth by three shots with a total of six under par, taking the opportunity to wash away her disappointment from her runner-up two years ago.

In the 3rd round of the domestic women's golf Lotte Open, Sung Yu-jin took the lead by three strokes alone, while Park Hyun-kyung made a splash with a picturesque shot eagle on the 6th hole.

(Video editing: Oh Young-taek)