Kwon Chang-hoon’s first half goal gave Suwon Bluewings a one-nil win over cross-town rivals Suwon FC. The result gave the Bluewings some breathing room in the relegation battle that they have become embroiled in, but it puts Suwon FC five points adrift at the bottom of the table after fellow strugglers Jeonnam and Incheon scored late goals in their matches this weekend. Jeonnam came from behind to beat Jeju United by two goals to one. Brazilian Jair scored his first goal for his new club to level the scores on 81 minutes before Kim Yong-wook scored with only three minutes remaining to earn Jeonnam a vital win. Incheon United also scored two goals in the last fifteen minutes to earn a two-all draw away to Gwangju. At the top of the league, second and third placed Seoul and Ulsan drew nil-nil, giving Jeonbuk the chance to extend their lead at the top of the table. They duly accepted, with a goal by Leonardo and two goals from Kim Bo-kyung giving them a three nil win over Pohang. Seongnam missed the chance to go second, losing three-two to Sangju Sangmu, with a last minute goal by Kim Seong-hwan the difference between the two sides.