South Korea's Ulsan Hyundai strolled into the Asian Champions League final with a 2-0 win against Uzbekistan visitor Bunyodkor in the second leg of the semifinal on Wednesday to take the tie 5-1 on aggregate.

When Kim Shin-wook broke the deadlock at Ulsan World Cup Stadium, shooting home from close range eight minutes into the second half, Ulsan's first ever appearance in the final was never in doubt.

Lee Keun-ho added a second with 15 minutes remaining.

Ulsan will host the final on Nov. 10 against either Al Ittihad or Al Ahli of Saudi Arabia and has the chance to record Korea's 10th Asian championship win.