Chinese second seed Sun Yo will take on fourth seed Sayako Sato in the final of the Korean Masters after both shuttlers eased through their respective semi-finals on Saturday.
In what was expected to be a tough match against the third-seeded local favourite Bae Yeon Ju, Sun came through 21-8, 21-8 after just 36 minutes.
In both games Sun led from the off and was never in any sort of trouble against the Korean shuttler.
The other semi-final was a similarly one-sided affair, although Sato's 21-12, 21-15 victory over the unseeded Shen Yaying, also from China, had a modicum of competitiveness.
In the first game, Shen won the first couple of points, but after Sato levelled at 4-4, she dominated the rest of the game.
Sato led the second game from the offset but with the scores on 11-10 and 14-12, her opponent remained in with a chance of forcing the match into a deciding third game.