South Korea remains in the top spot at the 29th Summer Universiade, which is under way in Taipei.
The nation added seven gold medals in archery, taekwondo, roller skating and fencing on Wednesday.
As a result, South Korea ranked first for the fifth consecutive day with 17 gold, eleven silver and 17 bronze medals as of Wednesday, followed by Japan and Taiwan.
South Korean archers claimed four gold medals in the compound category alone.
North Korea came in fifth by winning seven gold medals in weightlifting and diving.