The champion had earlier edged another Korean and fourth-seed, Kim Youn Ho, 177-176 in the first semi-final match in which Kim also suffered a 4-7-6-10 split to hand the tie to Bocquet. The silver medallist, ousted third-seed, Daniel Duda of Germany, 202-194 in the other semi to advance to the final.
Kim Teck Han topped the opening group of the Men's Singles prelimianries with 1355 followed by Oliver Wulff Kristensen of Denmark in second with 1291. Hsieh Sheng-Fu of Chinese Taipei and An Seong Jo of Korea finished third and fourth with 1280 and 1260 respectively.
Bocquet completed the second group in the lead with 1372 to advance to the semi-finals as topseed overall. Duda finished second behind Bocquet with 1335 to make the semi-finals as second-seed. Kim Youn Ho took third spot with 1315 while Lin Cheng-En of Chinese Taipei finished fourth with 1286.
Mr Chen Kang, President of Chinese Taipei Deaf Sports Federation (CTDSF) was on hand to present the medals to all the winners while the Secretary General of Chinese Taipei Deaf Sports Federation, Mr Chao Yu-Ping gave away the certificates.