INCHEON - Kim Seung-Hyuk birdied the last for a two-under-par 70 to secure his first professional title at OneAsia's SK Telecom Open. The 28-year-old South Korean finished 11 under -- one ahead of compatriots Lee Tae-Hee and Kim Kyung-Tae. Australian David Bransdon also challenged down the stretch but had to settle for fourth place at nine under, while star attraction K.J. Choi ended a shot further behind. The lead changed hands several times in a gripping final round -- at one point the top four were all tied at 10 under -- on a day where there were birdies aplenty, but also bogeys lurking around every corner. Sharing the overnight lead with Kim Kyung-Tae, Kim Seung-Hyuk looked to have blown his chance with a double-bogey at the fourth, but birdies at five and seven got him back in the mix.–AFP