Jeonbuk extended their unbeaten run to seventeen matches in all competitions with a last minute win against Suwon Bluewings in midweek, followed by a goalless draw against a resurgent Incheon at the weekend. Incheon, who a few weeks ago looked doomed, moved off the bottom of their table after beating Suwon FC in midweek. Suwon’s defeat in that match was followed by a one-nil loss to Ulsan on Sunday, leaving them at the foot of the table after failing to pick up a single point over their last four games. After beating Gwangju in midweek, FC Seoul had the chance to top the table with a win against Suwon Bluewings in the ‘supermatch’. Adriano gave FC Seoul the lead with a penalty that he earned himself, Suwon were livid with the referee’s decision, and Bluewings coach Seo Jeong-won managed to get himself sent to the stands for protesting. Suwon got their revenge with a Kwak Hee-jo header ten minutes from time tieing the game at one-a-piece. Seongnam’s good start to the season looks to be over after a midweek defeat to Pohang and one-all draw with Gwangju meant that they fell to fifth in the table. Jeju United were thrashed four-nil by Sangju Sangmu in midweek, but held on to their third placed position with a three-one win against Pohang on Saturday. A late goal by Park Jun-tae meant that Sangju followed up their win against Jeju with a three-two victory over Jeonnam Dragons who are now only above Incheon United on goal difference, making next week’s encounter between the two sides the standout tie of the round.