I haven't seen any news about this tournament. Korea sent a mostly junior team there with the head coach of the junior team, Lee Deuk-choon, and many of the medal winners from last weeks World Junior Championships. Of the 16 Korean players, all but 5 are 18 or under. In the round of 32, 13 of 17 Korean entries advanced and in the round of 16, 17 of 19 Korean sides booked entry to the quarter finals. The only Koreans to fail in the round of 16 were WJC gold medallist Yoo Hyun-young in mixed and WJC bronze medallists Lee Jung-hwan and Kim Ki-jung in Men's doubles (Lee was Yoo's mixed partner, too). Yoo must have been tired from playing 11 days straight in Incheon. Quite a lot for a 16-year-old. Full results are here but they are a day behind. So far, no results from Thursday.