Scotland recorded their third victory in a row at the men's Curling World Championship in Canada, with a comfortable 11-4 defeat of South Korea.
Bruce Mouat's rink led 6-4 before an incredible five in the eighth end clinched the tie.
It backed up wins over Denmark and the Netherlands after defeat by Canada.
The Scots face China next in the round-robin phase at 21:00 BST on Sunday as they aim to maintain their momentum.
Each of the 14 rinks plays 13 games before the top six qualify for the play-offs, with Scotland currently in fifth position.
Sweden are aiming for a third successive victory after last year's event was cancelled, while the top six nations all seal Olympic qualification.