Jeonbuk Motors left it late as they came from behind to beat Suwon by two goals to one, extending their lead at the top of the table to ten points. Santos opened the scoring for Suwon, beating Kwon Sun-Tae at his near post after some good build up play. Suwon had several chances to finish off Jeonbuk but failed to take those opportunities before Jeonbuk hit back late on with Luiz and Lee Jae- Sung scoring in the final ten minutes to turn the game on its head. Suwon’s misery was compounded by a red card to Koo Ja-Ryeong in the last minute of the game. Third-placed Cheonnam beat Jeju United by three goals to one. Lee Jong-Ho opened the scoring for the home team before Yoon Bitgaram levelled for Jeju. Mislav Orsic then scored his seventh and eighth goals of the season to win the game for Cheonnam. FC Seoul made hard work of their two-nil win over Incheon, the home side missed a host of chances before Molina opened the scoring, volleying the ball with the outside of his foot to give Seoul the lead. Incheon then missed a penalty before a Park Chu-Young tap-in made Seoul’s lead secure. Busan beat bottom club Daejeon two-one to pull themselves slightly closer to safety. Ulsan against Seongnam and Pohang against Gwangju were both scoreless draws.