Paralympics: S. Korean athletes add two more silver medals on final day
Updated: 2021-09-05 12:11:00 KST
At the Paralympics in Tokyo today, the competition has wrapped up and it'll soon be time for the closing ceremony.
On the final day, two more silver medals for South Korean athletes in badminton.
The first of those was won by Kim Jung-jun in the men's singles, and the second by Kim in the doubles event with his partner Lee Dong-seop.
In total, that's 24 medals for South Korea, more than half of them in badminton, and that's good enough for 41st place.
On Saturday, the country won gold in boccia a ball sport in the pair event.
South Korean boccia teams have in fact now won gold in the sport at every Paralympics since 1988 that's nine in a row.