A last-minute Kim Chi-Woo strike salvaged a 2-2 draw for FC Seoul at Jeju United in the first leg of the K-League Championship play-off final.
With time running out, Kim Chi-Woo picked up the ball 20 yards out and fired an unstoppable shot into the top corner to leave the two teams with all to play for heading into Sunday's return encounter in Seoul.
Jeju had taken the lead through Bae Ki-Jong after 26 minutes when the former Suwon striker unleashed a shot from outside the area that goalkeeper Kim Yong-Dae looked to have covered but only succeeded in helping the ball into the net.
Overall, though, you have to be happy with a draw in the first leg away from home. Now we have to win back in Seoul.
Nelo Vingada, FC Seoul coach
The hosts extended their lead six minutes after the break in fine style when Brazilian striker Santos drove a low effort from the edge of the area just inside the right hand-post.
Seoul created a plethora of chances in the second half and were soon back in the game just before the hour mark when Jeju goalkeeper Kim Ho-Jun spilled a Jung Jo-Gook shot and Dejan Damjanovic poked the loose ball home, before Kim Chi-Woo's late intervention levelled the tie.
"We should have won this game," said Seoul coach Nelo Vingada. "We played well but didn't get the result we deserved. Overall, though, you have to be happy with a draw in the first leg away from home. Now we have to win back in Seoul."
Jeju coach Park Kyung-Hoon was also largely satisfied with the result. "That was a very good game, the best the people of Jeju have seen for some time" he said. "Now we have to go to Seoul and win to become the champions."