Beijing (AFP) - Kim In Kyung slipped past two fellow South Koreans to win Sunday's Reignwood LPGA Classic by a single stroke.
She ended the day of play in Nankou with an impressive seven-under 66 for a four-day total of 268 at the Reignwood Pine Valley Golf Club.
It was the 28-year old's fourth LPGA victory and the first of this season.
"I felt like today I really played with everything I got. I didn't really pull back," she said after finishing the final round.
Kim sank six birdies and an eagle on Sunday, wrapping up just one stroke ahead of Mi Jung Hur (70). Compatriot Mirim Lee (86) was third on 270.
Kim's last win was six years ago at the 2010 Lorena Ochoa Invitational.
She is the sixth South Korean player to win an LGPA Tour event this year. The country's women have dominated the circuit, with seven wins this season.