The 2022 Korea Masters is going to start on April 12, 2022, at the Gwangju Yeonju Stadium, Gwangju Metropolitan. Here, you will know when, where, and how to watch the badminton tournament along with the players here.
The Korea Masters will be the ninth tournament on the BWF World Tour’s 2022 schedule and the Korea Masters championships, which have been contested since 2007. The Badminton Korea Association is organizing this competition, which is sanctioned by the BWF.
Lu Guangzu from China will be leading the Men’s seed. He will be followed by Heo Kwang-hee, Sitthikom Thammasin, and Zhao Junpeng in the tournament. In the women’s section, Chen Yufei is the top player in the tournament. An Se-young is the second op seed; she will give an amazing fight to the Chinese.
Here, you will know everything about the tournament.
Korea Masters Badminton Schedule 2022:
The tournament will start on April 12 and continue till April 17, 2022.
The tournament will be held at Gwangju Yeonju Stadium, Gwangju Metropolitan. The tickets are on the sale. If you are someone from there, you can watch the event by going directly to the stadium.
Full Tournament Schedule
- 1st round– April 12,13
- 2nd round– April 14
- Quarter-final– April 15
- Semi-final– April 16
- Final – April 17
How to Watch the Korea Masters Badminton on TV and Online?
BWF TV has the right to broadcast the Korea Masters tournament on TV for badminton fans. With the help of the cable TV network, you will be able to watch this amazing event on your television.
India’s one of the leading OTT platforms, VOOT, will be showing the live stream of the 2022 Korea Masters online. The monthly subscription to Voot will cost you Rs. 99 per month. Select your favorite package and start watching this amazing event on your streaming device.
TV Channels to Watch:
|United Kingdom/Ireland||BT Sport|
|Chinese Taipei||ELTA HD|
|Honk Kong||Now TV|
- India: Srikanth Kidambi (Withdrew)
- Thailand: Kunlavut Vitidsarn (Withdrew)
- Thailand: Kantaphon Wangcharoen (Withdrew)
- China: Lu Guangzu
- South Korea: Heo Kwang-hee
- Thailand: Sitthikom Thammasin
- China: Zhao Junpeng
- India: Parupalli Kashyap (Withdrew)
- China: Chen Yufei
- South Korea: An Se-young
- Thailand: Ratchanok Intanon (Withdrew)
- China: He Bingjiao
- Thailand: Pornpawee Chochuwong
- Thailand: Busanan Ongbamrungphan (Withdrew)
- Canada: Michelle Li
- Singapore: Yeo Jia Min
- Malaysia: Ong Yew Sin / Teo Ee Yi (Withdrew)
- South Korea: Ko Sung-hyun / Shin Baek-cheol
- Indonesia: Pramudya Kusumawardana / Yeremia Rambitan
- Indonesia: Bagas Maulana / Muhammad Shohibul Fikri
- Indonesia: Leo Rolly Carnando / Daniel Marthin
- China: Liu Cheng / Zhang Nan
- India: Arjun M.R. / Dhruv Kapila (Withdrew)
- India: Krishna Prasad Garaga / Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala (Withdrew)
- South Korea: Lee So-hee / Shin Seung-chan
- South Korea: Kim So-yeong / Kong Hee-yong
- India: Ashwini Ponnappa / N. Sikki Reddy (Withdrew)
- China: Liu Xuanxuan / Xia Yuting
- South Korea: Jeong Na-eun / Kim Hye-jeong
- Thailand: Laksika Kanlaha / Phataimas Muenwong
- Malaysia: Vivian Hoo / Lim Chiew Sien (Withdrew)
- Canada: Catherine Choi / Josephine Wu
Total Prize Money: US$ 360,000
- Winner: $27,000
- Finalist: $13,680
- Semi-Final: $5,220
- Quarter-Final: $2,160
- Last 15: $1,260
- Winner: $28,440
- Finalist: $13,680
- Semi-Final: $5,040
- Quarter-Final: $2,610
- Last 15: $1,350
Korea Masters 2022 is a very exciting badminton tournament in the world. you will be able to watch many badminton stars in this tournament. So, if you are a fan, catch all the actions live.