There have been plenty of matches where Suwon Bluewings fans must have felt that their side deserved to get something out of the game; this was not one of them. Bae Cheon-seok, Jair, and An Yong-woo did the damage and gave struggling Jeonnam a vital three points in this battle between two of this season’s strugglers. The gap at the bottom was tightened still as Suwon FC recorded their second win in five days, beating Seongnam by two goals to one. A Kevin Oris wonderstrike was not enough for fellow strugglers Incheon, who lost three-one to Pohang. Yang Dong-hyun got two goals in that game to bring his tally for the season up to ten goals. The league’s top scorer, Jeong Jo-gook started on the bench, but still managed to get a goal as Gwangju thrashed Sangju Sangmu by four goals to nil. FC Seoul’s poor form under new manager Hwang Sun-hong continued as they lost three-two to Jeju United. Two goals in two minutes allowed Jeonbuk to come back from behind to beat Ulsan by two goals to one, giving them a fourteen point lead over both Ulsan and Seoul at the top of the table.