Leaders Seoul held, Gangwon hit five
A goal four minutes from time by Jung Jogook saw FC Seoul snatch a 1-1 draw with Suwon Bluewings although their lead at the top of the K-League was cut to five points.
Lee Sangho put Bluewings ahead after 23 minutes and it appeared they were about to inflict a sixth defeat of the season on their hosts. However, Jung struck late on for Seoul, but Jeonbuk Motors made some inroads into their lead at the top of the table with a 3-0 victory over Busan l'Park.
Lee Donggook put the hosts ahead with a penalty after 26 minutes with Leonardo doubling the lead 13 minutes into the second half. Lee got his second, and his team's third, 16 minutes from full time.
Bottom side Gangwon FC ran riot, beating Daejeon Citizen 5-1. Ianis Zicu gave Gangwon the lead which was doubled by Yusuke Shimada before Kevin Oris pulled one back just a minute later. Back Jonghwan, Alves Wesley and Kim Eunjung rounded off the scoring.
In the other match, Park Sunyong scored the only goal after 28 minutes as Chunnam Dragons won 1-0 at Daegu FC.