Jeonbuk and Suwon both continued where they left off, beating Busan and Daejeon respectively. The league leaders left it late against Busan, taking the lead four minutes from time through an own goal by Yoo Ji-Hoon before Leonardo finished the game off with a ninetieth minute strike. The win keeps Jeonbuk ten points clear of Suwon who beat bottom club Daejeon by two goals to one. Midfielder Kwon Chang-Hoon, fresh from his strong performances in the East Asian Cup, scored the winner for the Bluewings fifteen minutes from time in that match. Pohang left it even later than Jeonbuk to win their game, Shin Jin-Ho gave Pohang the lead in the final minute before Kim Seung-Dae made it two-nil in injury time. Seoul beat Ulsan two-one with new signing Adriano scoring on his debut to give his new side all three points after Kim Shin-Wook had levelled for Ulsan. In tonight’s other matches, Seongnam and Jeju drew one-a-piece whilst third placed Cheonnam were held to a goalless draw by Gwangju. At the top of the K-League Challenge, Seoul Eland and Sangju Sangmu drew one-all meaning that Sangju are still eight points clear at the top.