Suwon closed the gap on leaders Jeonbuk after winning by one goal to nil over fourth placed Jeonnam. Seo Jeong Jin’s 68th minute goal came after a good spell of pressure by Suwon, striker Jong Tae-Se will move to Shimizu S-Pulse at the weekend but couldn’t manage to cap his final match at Suwon with a goal. Jeonbuk’s one-all draw with Gwangju means that Suwon close the gap at the top to five points. Park Chu-Young scored the opener for Seoul against local rivals Seongnam, but Hwang Ui-Jo grabbed his eighth goal of the season to equalize as the match finished one-a-piece. Jeju United fans saw another high scoring match as their team beat Pohang four-three away from home. The result meant that Pohang fell to sixth as Incheon beat Busan by three goals to one. Ulsan finally got a win, their first in five league games, beating bottom club Daejeon by four goals to one. Kim Seung-Joon and Kim Shin-Wook both scored two in a score line that perhaps flattered Ulsan. National Team manager Uli Stielike paid a visit to Jamsil to watch Seoul Eland win two-nil against Goyang with Joo Min-Kyu putting himself in contention for a national team call-up scoring the second goal of the game for Seoul.