League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Jeonbuk2616825625+315614,388Kim Shin-wook - 9Song Bumkeun
2Ulsan Hyundai2616734723+24559,620Júnior Negrão, Kim Bo-kyung - 10Oh Seung-hoon
3FC Seoul2613764131+104617,776Aleksandar Pešić - 9Yu Sang-hun
4Gangwon2611694037+3392,777Cho Jaewan, Kim Jihyun - 8Kim Ho-jun
5Daegu2691073025+53710,377Cesinha - 9Cho Hyun-woo
6Suw Bluewings269893532+3359,795Adam Taggart - 16No Dong-geon
7Sangju Sangmu25105103033-3352,524Park Yong-ji - 8Yoon Bo-sang
8Seongnam2696112228-6336,143Éder Luiz Lima de Souza - 5Kim Dong-jun
9Pohang2585122635-9298,432Wanderson - 9Ryu Won-woo
10Gyeongnam26310132946-17193,717Kim Seung-jun - 6Lee Bum-soo
11Incheon United2546151635-19188,055Stefan Mugoša - 5Jung San
12Jeju United2538142951-22173,556Yun Il-lok - 8Lee Chang-keun

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
2Ulsan Hyundai2616734723+2455
3FC Seoul2613764131+1046
6Suw Bluewings269893532+335
7Sangju Sangmu25105103033-335
11Incheon United2546151635-1918
12Jeju United2538142951-2217



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