Prova di forza per le ragazze coreane che superano con un rotondo 4-0 la nazionale della Repubblica Popolare Cinese.
Vittoria che vale solo per il prestigio, perchè nell'altra sfida del girone il Giappone batte 6-0 il Vietnam e si conferma al primo posto, conquistando il titolo continentale.
Questa la classifica finale:
Ho Chi Minh City: DPR Korea signed off in style at the AFC U-19 Women's Championship with a 4-0 victory over China at Thong Nhat Stadium.
Yun Hyon-hi scored twice while Kim Un-hwa and Kim Un-ju also got on the scoresheet to seal a comprehensive victory for the Koreans.
After a hard-fought opening 20 minutes, DPR Korea took the lead when Kim Un-hyang displayed great vision as she split the China defence with a fine pass into the path of Yun and the forward slotted home with a clinical low finish.
Yun then tested Yang Yan from distance but the China keeper held her low strike before the North Koreans came close to a second goal in the 25th minute when Jo Yong-ae saw a shot smack back of the post and Kim Un-hwa put the rebound wide.
Kim Un-hwa fired too high from range and Yun headed Kim Un-hyang's cross from the right narrowly over the bar with a minute to go before the interval.
But DPR Korea extended their lead with virtually the last kick of the half as Kim Un-hwa showed good composure to fire low into the bottom corner past Yang from inside the box.
A loose pass allowed Ni Mengjie a sight of goal but her shot from distance was weak before DPR Korea netted their third goal in the 56th minute when Yun latched onto a ball down the right, pulled off a neat step over and placed the ball in the far side of the net from almost on the byline.
Yao Shuangyan's overhead kick from Wu Haiyan's free-kick almost brought China a goal but it was the Koreans who struck again in the 66th minute when substitute Kim Un-ju's shot from the edge of the box found the back of the net via the inside of the far post.
China were incredibly unfortunate not to get on the scoresheet a minute later when Wang Shuang was sent clear but after expertly lobbing the onrushing O Chang Ran, she saw the ball bounce up onto the bar and over the top.
Kim Un-hyang curled a shot just beyond the far post in the 71st minute and 10 minutes later, Yao glanced a free-kick narrowly off target at the other end.
Kwon Song-hwa could have added a fifth goal in stoppage time when she raced clear down the left but after cutting inside a defender, side-footed disappointingly wide.
Sin satisfied with final showing
Ho Chi Minh City: DPR Korea boss Sin Ui-gun was pleased to see his side end their AFC U-19's Women Championship campaign on a positive note following an impressive 4-0 victory over China at Thong Nhat Stadium.
Yun Hyon-hi scored twice while Kim Un-hwa and Kim Un-ju also got on the scoresheet to seal a fourth triumph in five games and second place in Vietnam for the Koreans.
"Yes, I am quite satisfied about today's match," said Sin.
"We could show our full way of playing today, we could show our full strategy."
DPR Korea took the lead when Kim Un-hyang split the China defence with a fine pass into the path of Yun and the forward slotted home with a clinical low finish.
They extended their advantage with virtually the last kick of the first-half as Kim Un-hwa showed good composure to fire low into the bottom corner from inside the box.
DPR Korea then pulled away in the second period as Yun grabbed her second with a fine finish from near the byline and Kim Un-ju rifled in the fourth from the edge of the box.
Despite the comprehensive nature of the victory and also sealing a place in next year's FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Uzbekistan, Sin was nonetheless not overly enthused by DPR Korea's showing in Vietnam.
"I do not think it was successful for us as we aimed to win the championship," he added.
China also had an outside chance of lifting the trophy but the defeat put paid to any hopes of that occurring.
Instead, they had to settle for third place but enjoyed the consolation of also booking their ticket to the U-20 World Cup next year.
"Because we have domestic league matches when we get back to China, the players were maybe afraid of getting injured or something," said boss Yin Tieshing.
"They did not dare to attack and defend so the result is not so good. DPR Korea took advantage of their power and they have a very strong sense of teamwork.
"This is the first time we have qualified recently for the U-20 World Cup, though, so we will prepare a lot to try to do well."