South Korea made the final of both team recurve events today in Medellin ©Getty Images

South Korea's men's and women's recurve teams progressed to the gold medal matches in their respective competitions on the latest day of the Archery World Cup leg in Medellín.

Kim Je-deok, Kim Woo-jin and Oh Jin-hyek were in control in their men's semi-final contest against the Dutch trio of Steve Wijler, Gijs Broeksma and Rick van der Ven, winning 6-0.

Spain's Miguel Alvarino Garcia, Ken Sanchez Antoku and Pablo Acha defeated Florian Unruh, Felix Wieser and Jonathan Vetter of Germany 5-1 in the other match in the tournament, to book their spot in the final.

Germany took bronze by beating The Netherlands 5-1.

Kim Je-deok helped his men's team to the recurve final ©Getty Images
Kim Je-deok helped his men's team to the recurve final ©Getty Images

An San, Lee Ga-hyun and Kang Chae-young of South Korea made it into the women's recurve team final with a 5-1 victory over Lisa Barbelin, Anaelle Florent and Laurena Villard of France.

They are joined by Britain's Bryony Pitman, Penny Healey and Jaspreet Kaur Jessica Sagoo, who defeated Alejandra Valencia, Ana Vazquez and Aida Roman of Mexico by a 5-4 score line.

Bronze went to France, defeating Mexico 5-4.