Jeonbuk Motors came back from two goals down to beat Sangju Sangmu and go top of the K-League table. After a goalless first half, two quick goals gave Sangju a two-nil lead just after the break. A second yellow card for Sangju's Lee Yong gave Jeonbuk a way back into the game, which they quickly took with Leonardo scoring spectacularly for the home side on sixty-four minutes. Just five minutes later, Choi Gyu-baek levelled the scores, and Lopes made it three-two with ten minutes to go. Jeonbuk’s win puts them two points clear of FC Seoul who drew one-all with Jeonnam. Midweek penalty shoot-out hero Yoon Sang-hoon quickly went from hero to zero after his lapse in concentration led to a bizarre own-goal that gifted Jeonnam the lead. Osmar, the own-goal scorer, levelled things up just before half-time when his free kick found an unexpectedly large hole in the Jeonnam wall and flew straight into the bottom corner. Seoul were unable to build on that goal and the match finished one-a-piece. Seongnam’s title hopes hit a setback when they lost one-nil to bottom side Incheon. Kevin Oris’ late goal gave Incheon their first league win of the season, closing the gap between them and Jeonnam to just one point. Suwon Bluewings conceded another late goal to draw with Pohang. Shim Dong-woon gave Pohang an early lead but to quick goals gave the Bluewings the advantage going into the final few minutes. They couldn’t hold on and Kim Kwon-seok found himself unmarked at the far post to equalize for Pohang. Suwon had a chance to win it at the death, but Baek Ji-hoon missed a chance that most people’s grandmothers could score, so the game finished two-a-piece. Korean international Lee Jeong-hyup’s goal gave Ulsan a two-one win over Jeju United. The result moves Ulsan up to fourth in the table. Jeong Jo-gook scored his seventh goal this season to give Gwangju a one-nil win over Suwon.