Daejeon stun Bluewings, Jeju spurn chance
Suwon Bluewings saw their lead at the top of the K-League cut to a point as they lost 2-1 at bottom side Daejeon Citizen. Kevin Oris scored twice for Daejeon, including a 90th-minute winner after Dzenan Radoncic had levelled from the spot in the 35th minute.
Second-placed Jeju United missed the chance to take over at the top as they were held 1-1 at Seongnam Chunma. Song Jin-Hyung put Jeju ahead in the 78th minute only for Lim Jong-eun to equalise two minutes later.
FC Seoul moved level on points with Jeju with a 2-1 win at home to Pohang Steelers. Choi Tae-Uk put the hosts ahead in the first minute and Kim Tae-hwan got the winner 18 minutes from time after Derek Asamoah's equaliser early in the second half.
Jeonbuk Motors scored twice in the last minute to rescue a 3-3 draw at Incheon United. Eninho, with his second of the game, and Lee Dong-gook scored at the death to earn the visitors a point. Moon Sang-Yun put Incheon ahead after three minutes and after Eninho's leveller goals from Park Joon-tae and Seol Ki-hyeon had put them in control.
A Lee Sung-Jae brace and Kim Cheol-Ho scored in the second half to earn Sangju Sangmu Phoenix a 3-0 win at Gangwon FC. Busan I'Park beat Gyeongnam 1-0 thanks to Bang Seung-Hwan's goal, while Gwangju FC and Daegu FC drew 2-2.
Gwangju came from 2-0 down to draw, goals from Park Gi-Dong and Bogdan Milic cancelling out efforts from Kim Ki-Hee and Lee Joon-Hee.