On Sunday, the Iranian team claimed the top position of the chart, having won four gold medals through Ebrahim Safari, Soroush Ahmadi, Mehdi Jalali and Ahamad Mohammadi in the minus 54-kilogram, 63-kilogram, minus 74-kilogram and minus 87-kilogram weight categories respectively.
Mohhamd Salar Vahidi also received a silver medal in the minus 68-kilogram section.
Mehdi Eshaqi, Hamidreza Hadiyan, Alireza Aliyari and Sajjad Mardani earned four bronze medals in the minus 54-kilogram, minus 58-kilogram, minus 68-kilogram and over 87-kilogram classes respectively.
South Korea sat in the second place with four gold and one silver medals. Uzbekistan rounded off the podium, having pocketed three silver and three bronze medals.
Meanwhile, Iran women's national taekwondo team stood on the third podium, having garnered two silver and two bronze medals.
The South Korean women's national taekwondo team finished first, having snatched six gold and three bronze medals.
The South Korean squad was followed by the Chinese outfit, which bagged one gold, two silvers and two bronze medals.
The first edition of World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President's Cup - Asian region G-2 started in the Uzbek capital city of Tashkent on August 11 and finished on August 13, 2017.