FC Seoul registered their second win of the season on Friday night, beating Pohang Steelers with a 2-1 away victory.
The visitors went behind after just five minutes due to a defending mistake which gifted Pohang with the opening goal. However, the side began their fightback with an equalizer from a corner kick in the 35th minute, headed in by Hwang Hyun-Soo.
They then sealed the win in the second half with another corner situation, this time with defender Osmar scoring the header.
After their opening day loss to Gangwon, Seoul has returned to form with their wins over Gwangju and Pohang.
This result leaves Seoul with six points after their first three games, sitting in second place behind Ulsan Hyundai before the rest of the league plays this weekend.
However, the club are having significant issues off the field, being slapped with a fine over the use of ‘sex dolls’ to fill seats at the empty Seoul World Cup Stadium during their game against Gwangju FC. According to this report from CNN, the fine could be as much as 100 million Korean won ($81,300USD).