Seongnam make it three wins in a row with a 1-0 victory over Busan. Kim Dong-Hui scored the only goal of the game in the sixty-sixth minute, with Busan’s misery compounded by Lee Gyeong-Ryeol’s stoppage time dismissal. The result moves Seongnam up to third in the league, with Seoul behind them on goal difference after a two-nil win against Daejeon. Ex-Daejeon striker Adriano was unavailable for that match but it hardly mattered as Osmar gave Seoul the lead just before half-time. The three points were sealed with a Yun Ju-Tae goal right at the end of the match. That result gives Seoul five straight wins in all competitions, and if they win their game in hand they will be just two points behind second-placed Suwon. Suwon themselves closed the gap on leaders Jeonbuk, with goals from Lee Sang-Ho and a brace from Kwon Chang-Hoon giving them a three-one victory over Ulsan. Jeonbuk lost one-nil at home to Incheon but are still seven points clear at the top. Song Jin-Hyeong scored the only goal of the game as Jeju beat Gwangju, whilst the POSCO derby between Jeonnam and Pohang finished goalless. The top of the K-League challenge provided little entertainment on Saturday with both Sangju Sangmu and Seoul Eland drawing nil-nil against Suwon City and Gangwon respectively. Daegu took advantage of their rivals dropped points, moving into second in the league with an easy victory over bottom-placed Gyeongnam on Sunday.