Goals by Kevin Oris and Lee Cheon-Soo gave Incheon a two-one win over bottom club Daejeon. The win, their fourth in a row, moves them into the top half of the table. Jeonnam, who started the season so well, dropped into seventh with a one-all draw at Busan. Ulsan picked up their first win in seven games with a two-one win over Gwangju. Off-form Gwangju went into the half-time break one-nil up, courtesy of a Lee Jong-Min goal, before goals from Jeong Dong-Ho and Kim Shin-Wook turned the match around for Ulsan. Adriano’s fourth goal in three games wasn’t enough for Seoul as they lost two-one to Jeju. At the top of the table Seongnam’s good run came to the end against Jeonbuk as a soft penalty converted by Lee Dong-Gook gave the league leaders a one-nil win. Meanwhile second placed Suwon could only manage a goalless draw against Pohang. Han Sang-Woon scored twice for Sangju Sangmu as they beat Daegu two-one in the battle at the top of the K-League Challenge. Third placed Seoul Eland drew two-all against Ansan with three of the goals coming in an action packed final few minutes at the Olympic Stadium.