K.J. Choi closed with a 4-under 67 on Sunday to win the CJ Invitational for the second straight year.
Choi, who won the inaugural event in 2011, finished with a 15-under 269 for his sixth career Asian Tour Victory.
Also the event's host and a native of South Korea, Choi fired rounds of 69, 65 and 68 at Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club before sealing the win with his final-round 67.
Sang-moon Bae and Dong-kyu Jang, who also hail from South Korea, closed with a 68 and 67, respectively, to finish tied for second place at 13-under 271.
Countryman Dae-hyun Kim placed fourth at 11-under after shooting a 71 on Sunday, while Australian Scott Hend and South Korean Charlie Wi both carded a 70 to finish tied for fifth at 10-under.