Australia opened their International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Asia-Oceania Championship campaign in fine fashion by winning their opening two matches in Gangneung.
The Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallists began the tournament with a one-sided 98-3 victory over Thailand.
Australia followed up their opening triumph with a tougher match against New Zealand, which they won 62-29.
It puts the defending champions on course to retain their title.
Reigning world champions Japan also beat New Zealand 60-37 in their first match of the tournament.
The fourth game of the day saw hosts South Korea earn a 63-24 win over Thailand.
The result gives South Korea the early edge in the battle for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic qualification.
South Korea, New Zealand and Thailand are seeking to earn the one spot available.
Japan and Australia are already assured of competing at next year’s Games.
Japan qualified as the Paralympic host nation and Australia secured their spot at last year's IWRF World Championships in Sydney.