Jeonbuk got back to winning ways with a three-two win over Seongnam. Lopes gave Jeonbuk the lead early on to give the home side a one-nil advantage at the break. Cho Jae-cheol headed home a corner to level the scores before Jeonbuk regained their lead through a Leonardo free-kick. A great turn and shot from Tiago Alves pegged Jeonbuk back once more, but Kim Bo-kyung’s 86th minute goal proved to be the winner for the side in green. FC Seoul continued their good form, making light work of Suwon FC. Adriano grabbed the first goal for FC Seoul just before half time. Shin Jin-ho scored from a free kick to double Seoul’s lead in his final game before his loan to Sangju. A few minutes later, Dejan scored a third for Seoul to put the result beyond any doubt. Song Si-woo’s last minute goal last week gave Incheon their first point of the season, and this week he repeated the feat, scoring in the ninety-seventh minute to help Incheon earn a one-all draw against Suwon Bluewings. The result is Suwon’s seventh draw in ten games so far this season. Sangju Sangmu beat Pohang by two goals to nil, with their first goal coming in the opening minute. A last minute goal by Lee Kwang-seon gave Jeju United all three points against Ulsan. Jeonnam’s poor start to the season continues as they were beaten two-one by Gwangju.