Suwon Bluewings recorded their sixth draw in the league, and ninth in all competitions, against high flying FC Seoul. Suwon started the first ‘supermatch’ of the season brightly, with Santos giving the home side an early lead after Kwon Chang-hoon’s close-range effort was saved. Seoul finished the first half strongly but couldn’t find a way through until the 58th minute when Adriano’s hustling paid off as he got on the end of a through ball that looked as if it would have easily been shepherded to safety, before lobbing the ‘keeper to score his fifteenth goal of the season in all competitions. FC Seoul’s draw meant that Jeonbuk reduced the gap at the top with a three-one win over Suwon FC. Three goals in a seven-minute spell gave Jeonbuk an unassailable lead early in the first half, and although Vladan Adžić pulled a goal back right on half-time, Jeonbuk closed out the game comfortably in the second-half. Yang Dong-hyun’s first half header was the only goal of the game as Pohang ended their recent bad run by beating Jeju United by a goal to nil. Jeonnam Dragons were looking to build on last week’s victory over Pohang and despite conceding an early goal looked set on their way for a second straight victory after two goals from Ristic and one from Jugovic gave them a three-one lead. However, Park Gi-dong scored his second of the game to pull a goal back for Sangju on 85 minutes, before Kim Seong-hwan scored two late goals to completely turn the game on its head and give Sangju Sangmu a four-three victory. That defeat leaves Jeonnam second from bottom on six points. Incheon failed to close the gap at the bottom, losing one nil to Ulsan. Goals from Tiago Alves and Hwang Ui-jo helped third-placed Seongnam beat Gwangju by two goals to nil.