FC Seoul beat Gwangju by two goals to one to overtake Seongnam - who drew at home to Jeonnam Dragons - at the top of the table. Park Chu-young gave Seoul the lead before Adriano made it two-nil from the penalty spot. A beautiful curling strike by Song Seung-min gave the home side a lifeline, and there were several good chances for Gwangju to find an equalizer but Seoul hung on for the three points. Incheon finally earned their first point of the season, scoring in the final minute to draw against Jeonbuk. Lee Dong-gook showed that he still has plenty to offer at the top end of the table despite his age. He scored a great goal last week but his strike today was even better, controlling the ball on his chest and volleying it in from ten yards out to give Jeonbuk an 83rd minute lead before Song Si-woo levelled late on for Incheon. Suwon Bluewings drew one-all with Pohang, with Yang Dong-hyun’s penalty giving the away side the lead before the Bluewings stole possession off Pohang and quickly broke with Kwon Chang-hoon playing a one-two before scoring his fifth of the season. Suwon City also drew one-all, this time against Ulsan. Jeju made light work of Sangju Sangmu, taking a four-nil lead before conceding two consolation goals late on. In the K-League Challenge, Seoul Eland’s two-one win over Busan means that they go top to put the capital’s clubs in first place at this early stage.