Jeonbuk took advantage of FC Seoul’s postponed match against Jeju by beating Jeonnam Dragons by two goals to one. Jeonnam took the lead at the Suncheon Palma Stadium with a Kim Yong-wook goal just after half-time, Luiz equalized for Jeonbuk before scoring an injury-time winner to give Jeonbuk the three points necessary to draw level with Seoul at the top of the league. Tiago Alves continued his great goalscoring form, scoring twice as Seongnam beat Sangju Sangmu by three goals to two. The Brazilian striker now leads the K-League scoring charts with nine goals for the season as Seongnam keep the pressure on Jeonbuk and Seoul at the top of the table. Suwon Bluewings’ defense decided that they would follow FC Seoul’s lead and take the weekend off too. Ulsan took full advantage, beating Suwon by four goals to two, with Kovacec scoring a brace. At the bottom of the table, Gwangju’s ninetieth minute goal eventually broke ten-man Incheon, who remain rooted to the bottom of the table with four points. Lee Seung-hyun’s powerful header gave Suwon FC a much needed victory over Pohang. The result gives newly-promoted Suwon FC eleven points; a four point cushion over Jeonnam Dragons below them.