The 15th Nongshim Cup ended on February 28, 2014, with Team China emerging victorious. Kim Jiseok was in the chair at the end of round 2 and resumed the campaign for Korea, against China’s Tan Xiao, at the start of round 3. Tan was able knock Kim out, but didn’t last long…
The Nongshim Cup is a team event between China, Japan and Korea.
The sponsor, Nongshim, is a Korean instant noodles company.
The tournament uses a win and continue format, which is common in these team events.
Korea has dominated this event, winning it 11 times. In contrast, Japan has won it only once, while China is slowly catching up with three wins.
This is the 12th game of the 13th Nongshim Cup, between Kim Jiseok (7p) of Korea and Xie He (7p) of China. The Nongshim Cup is a win and continue tournament between China, Japan and Korea. Kim Jiseok has won four games in a row at this point. Xie He is China’s final player in this event. He has to win three games in a row now.
On February 24, 2012, Team China took the 13th Nongshim Cup, after Xie He 7p defeated Lee Changho 9p in the final game. The Nongshim Cup is a team event between China, Japan and Korea. The sponsor, Nongshim, is a Korean instant noodles company. Korea won the 12th Nongshim Cup last year. In fact, Korea has […]
Korea won the 12th Nongshim Championship with a four game winning streak of Choi Cheolhan on January 20, 2011 in Shanghai China. The final game was between Korean player Choi Cheolhan (9 dan) and Chinese player Kong Jie (9 dan). It was the 10th time that Korea won the Cup, but it was also the 3rd consecutive time that Korea defeated China in group Go games after Asian Games and Jeongganjiang Cup.