There were no repeats of Suwon’s five-one demolition of Seoul in this week’s jijidae derby as Suwon failed to break down the home side. Jeonbuk could’t capitalise on that result, as they were also held to a draw. It could’ve been worse for Jeonbuk who found themselves two-nil down after twenty minutes, but two quick goals ten minutes from time gave them a two-all draw against Jeonnam Dragons. Pohang climbed to third with a two-one win over Gwangju, with Son Joon-Ho and Moon Chang-Jin getting the goals for the home side. Jeju United climbed into the top half of the table, coming back from a goal down to beat Busan three-one. Ulsan’s poor season continues, they slipped into tenth place after losing by a goal to nil against Seongnam. Incheon won two-nil against Daejeon in the final game of the weekend. K-League Challenge leaders Sangju Sangmu slipped up, losing one-nil to Suwon City. Seoul Eland’s win over Ansan means that they are now seven points behind the league leaders with one game in hand.