Jeonbuk’s upcoming trip to Melbourne for the AFC Champions’ League meant that FC Seoul had a chance to put three pints between themselves and last year’s K-League Champions. Ju Se-jong gave them an early lead away against third-placed Seongnam, but the home side showed why they have had such a strong start to the season with goals by Kim Tae-yoon and Tiago Alves giving them a two-one lead at the break. Adriano equalized for FC Seoul on 51 minutes before Ju Se-jong got his second goal of the game to give Seoul a three-two win that sees them go three points clear of Jeonbuk at the top of the K-League. Suwon Civic Stadium witnessed the first top-flight clash between Suwon FC and Suwon Bluewings. Goals from Santos and Yeom Ki-hun ruined Suwon FC’s day as the Bluewings won by two goals to one and returned across the city with their second league win of the season. A two goal lead wasn’t enough to give Incheon their first win of the season, as Sangju Sangmu came back from a bad start to beat Incheon by four goals to two. Song Jin-hyung scored twice, with Marcelo Toscano getting a third as Jeju United comfortably beat Jeonnam Dragons. The game between Ulsan and Pohang was goalless.