Played in temperatures pushing towards 30ºC, there was minimal breeze and over 80-per-cent humidity to contend with for both teams.
Spurs led in the second-half through Harry Kane before Ivan Rakitic netted to seal a 1-1 draw, with Son Heung-min naturally the locals’ favourite throughout.
A return to relatively cooler climates now awaits Tottenham, who face Rangers at Ibrox next weekend before a trip to Israel to face Italian side Roma and old boss Jose Mourinho.
Conte said post-match: “For us, it’s positive, especially because we are working in pre-season, at the same time, to play this type of game when you know you have a bit of fatigue is good for the connection between the players, to speak a lot, to help each other.
“Then, I have seen positive things. For sure, we have to try to improve in other aspects but, after this week in Korea, I am very happy, we worked very well and showed a great attitude, great commitment, great desire to prepare for a good season.”