Suwon Bluewings fans expressed their relief at the final whistle after a tense one-nil win over Jeju United. The result was Suwon’s first win in six league games, and only the third of the season. Kwak Kwan-seon’s thirtieth minute goal was the difference between the two sides as Suwon earned themselves three points which gives them some breathing space above the teams in the relegation zone. Ulsan took full advantage of Jeju United’s defeat, beating Seongnam FC one-nil thanks to a last minute penalty. The result moves Ulsan up to third place. Hwang Seon Hong’s old and new clubs faced off against each over at the Steelyard with Pohang emerging the victors against FC Seoul. First half goals from Yang Dong-hyun and Shim Dong-woon gave Pohang a two-nil lead at half time. Adriano pulled a goal back for Seoul early in the second half but Pohang held on for the three points. Jeong Jo-gook’s tenth goal of the season prevented Jeonbuk from capitalizing on Seoul’s defeat. The league leaders took the lead early on against Gwangju through Lee Dong-guk, but Jeong’s late equalizer meant that the match finished one-a-piece. Jeonnam won a fiery relegation six-pointer one-nil against struggling Incheon. Choi Hyo-jin’s seventh minute goal was the difference between the sides in a match that saw three red cards. Suwon remain rooted to the bottom of the table after a three-nil defeat to Sangju Sangmu.