SEVEN: The Go Super Match. Shin Jinseo vs Park Junghwan
The "Beautiful Treasure Island Namhae Shin Jinseo vs Park Junghwan Baduk Super Match" has been a highlight in the go world, not only in Korea but also worldwide. Korea's top two players, 1st ranked Shin Jinseo 9p and 2nd ranked Park Junghwan 9p, have been seeded to play a match of seven games. Each of these games were played in selected locations around the beautiful Namhae island, a county in South Gyeongsang Province. This event was characterized by the combination of scenic and cultural landmarks and the highest level of Korea's human go players. With his 7-0 win against Park Junghwan in the Namhae Super Match Shin Jinseo established himself as the "Number One" in terms of win record and rank. This book tells the story of these seven games.
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ONE Shin Jinseo vs Park Junghwan
TWO Park Junghwan vs Shin Jinseo
THREE Shin Jinseo vs Park Junghwan
FOUR Park Junghwan vs Shin Jinseo
FIVE Shin Jinseo vs Park Junghwan
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