Yeom Ki-Hun scored his sixth goal of the season early in the second half to give Suwon a one-nil win over third placed Jeju United. The win kept them eight points behind leaders Jeonbuk who won again this weekend, this time against bottom club Daejeon Citizen. Daejeon actually took an early lead in that game with Adriano scoring for the visitors on eleven minutes, but first half goals by Lee Dong-Gook and Leonardo were enough to give Jeonbuk the three points. Seoul beat Jeonnam three-nil to put them back amongst the chasing pack after their poor start to the season. Park Chu-Young came off the bench to score Seoul’s third goal in that match and his second goal of the season. Ulsan and Pohang’s title challenges are looking ever more unlikely with each passing week. Ulsan lost one-nil this weekend to Seongnam who finally broke their long drawing streak in the league. Pohang meanwhile could only manage a goalless draw against Gwangju. Busan are starting to look like they could get cut adrift with Daejeon at the bottom of the league. Their two-one defeat to Incheon this weekend was their seventh loss of the season. In the K League Challenge, Daegu’s four-one loss against Suwon City meant that Sangju Sangmu reclaimed the top spot after beating Anyang by three goals to two. Seoul Eland climbed into the play-off places for the first time this season after demolishing Chungju by four goals to nil.