Lee Jae-sung, Lopes, and Leonardo all scored to give Jeonbuk a fifth straight win in the league. Their three-nil victory over Gwangju means that they now have fifty-one points from just twenty-three games. A two-nil win for FC Seoul over Pohang ensured that they kept hold of second spot. Sangju Sangmu moved up to third with a two-nil win over bottom side Suwon FC. Seongnam, who lost to the bottom side in their previous match, drew two-all with second-from-bottom Incheon. Jeonnam Dragons continued their revival with a two-nil win over Ulsan. Goals from Jair and Heo Yong-joon mean that Jeonnam are second behind Jeonbuk in the form table with four wins and a draw from their last five league encounters. Suwon Bluewings fans finally had something to shout about as their side smashed home three early goals, including youngster Kim Gun-hee’s first of the season, on their way to a five-three win over Jeju Utd. That result pulls the Bluewings four points clear of Incheon United who remain in the drop zone along with Suwon FC.