Temperatures around Korea plummeted this weekend but the battle to avoid relegation started to heat up as the bottom three sides all won, bringing Seongnam and Pohang dangerously close to the relegation mix. Suwon Bluewings comfortably beat Seongnam by two goals to nil with Johnathan opening the scoring and Kwon Chang-hoon putting the result beyond doubt midway through the second half. Vietnamese international Luong Xuan Truong made a rare appearance in the starting line-up for Incheon who beat Gwangju two-nil through two quick-fire goals early in the second half. Bottom club Suwon FC beat Pohang one-nil, thanks to an 85th minute penalty. Those results mean that there is only a three point gap between eleventh-placed Incheon and eighth-placed Seongnam. At the top of the table, it looks likely that Champions’ League football will be on its way to Seogwipo after Jeju United beat Jeonnam Dragons by five goals to three, with Ahn Hyun-beom getting a brace for Jeju in that game. Jeonbuk’s poor form continued with a goalless draw at Ulsan, but FC Seoul couldn’t capitalize on their rival’s slip-up as they drew two-all against Sangmu Sangju. Adriano got both of Seoul’s goals against Sangmu, which pulled them level with Jeonbuk on goals scored, although last year’s Champions still remain top on goal difference.