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South Korean duo leads by 2 shots after 3rd round at SK Telecom Open

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INCHEON, South Korea - South Korean duo Kim Kyung-tae and Kim Seung-hyuk shot matching 5-under 67s on Saturday to share the lead after the third round of the SK Telecom Open.

The pair is on 9-under 207 overall, two shots ahead of overnight leader Lee Tae-hee (73) and Lee Kyoung-hoon (69) at the OneAsia Tour event.

Kyun-tae made seven birdies to go with a double bogey on the 15th hole after an errant drive.

Seung-hyuk, who led after the opening day but carded 74 in the second round, rediscovered his rhythm in perfect conditions on Saturday.

Australia's Jason Scrivener shot a 67 to sit tied for sixth at 5 under, while K.J. Choi was another stroke back after a 70.

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