Last-place Suwon, who has not won 9 games in a row, faced league leader Ulsan at home.
In the 5th minute of the first half, Ulsan Lee Gyu-seong’s shot hit the post and Suwon barely escaped the danger of conceding a goal.
After that, Suwon, who led the attack, scored the opening goal in the 39th minute of the first half.
Jung Seung-won crosses the forward pass of newly joined Japanese midfielder Kazuki, and Jeon Jin-woo runs the ball punched by Ulsan goalkeeper Cho Hyeon-woo and splits the net with a header.
In the second half, Ulsan rushed to score an equalizer, but Suwon Mulich scored an additional goal in the 39th minute of the second half.
Six minutes later, Kim Joo-chan’s key goal broke, and the Suwon World Cup Stadium was covered with cheers from the fans.
Ulsan Bako made up for a goal just before the end of the game, but the game was already on the decline.
Suwon won 3-1. It was their first victory in 10 league games, and their first valuable win at home this season.
Leading Ulsan, which lost its home game against Incheon on the 12th, fell into a losing streak for the first time since coach Hong Myung-bo took over the helm last year.
In Gangwon’s home match against Seoul, Yoo In-soo scored the first goal in the 30th minute of the first half, but Seoul’s ‘Captain’ Osmar equalized in the 22nd minute of the second half, drawing 1-1.
Gangwon is winless for 13 consecutive games.