It's a big fight from second place. \uc2a4\ud3ec\uce20\ud1a0\ud1a0\ud56b Jeonbuk Hyundai 34 points joined the second-place fight following the existing Pohang and FC Seoul 6 points. The battle for the semifinals has already heated up. Daegu FC 32 points in fifth place and Gwangju FC 30 points in eighth place are only two points apart. Daegu also challenged the second-place fight because it was two points behind Jeonbuk.The sixth-place Daejeon Hana Citizen and seventh-place Jeju United also have 30 points. Daejeon, Jeju, and Gwangju were mixed in multiple points. Incheon United 27 points, the ninth-ranked team that caught big fish Ulsan, is dreaming of jumping to the semifinals by recruiting Mugosa. On the other hand, Suwon FC 20 points, Gangwon FC 15 points, and Suwon Samsung 12 points ranked 10th to 12th are getting closer to the threshold of the relegation vortex.Final A and B are polar opposites. Final A, where the first to sixth places are located, will compete with the championship and the Asian Champions League (ACL) ticket war. However, Final B is only waiting for a relegation war. The curtain rises on Robin in the third round, where the fate is determined. Comma is a luxury for 12 K League 1 teams that fought hard during the week.Variables are also continuing in the ever-changing weather where heat and heavy rain intersect. In the 22nd round, Ulsan recorded its first loss of the season on its home turf, and Seoul broke the record for the most goals scored in a game by scoring as many as seven goals. There were draws in as many as four of the six games. The players are at the bottom of their game. Neither team can be relieved. You have to be ready for tears when you are pushed back in a concentration fight.Coincidentally, the 23rd round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 will be held by the leading Ulsan and the lowest Suwon. The two teams will meet at Suwon World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on the 15th. Ulsan stopped its winning streak in five games due to a 1-2 loss to Incheon on the 12th. The recent decline in overall performance is a concern.Suwon sought a turnaround by taking the baton to head coach Kim Byung-soo in May, but has still not escaped the last place. Coach Kim has been mired in a swamp of nine consecutive games 4 draws and 5 losses since his first win against Gangwon on May 13. Ulsan won 2-1 and 3-2 in two meetings this season.Seoul, which exploded a goal firecracker, aims to recapture second place against Gangwon at 7:30 p.m. on the 15th at Gangneung Stadium. It is nice to see the revival of Na Sang-ho, who tied for the lead in scoring. Pohang has a game on the 16th, so it can secure the second place by recording consecutive wins. Gangwon has rarely found a way out. He has won 12 consecutive games 5 draws and 7 losses. Even after Yoon Jung-hwan's appointment, he has three draws and one loss. The biggest concern is the drought. Gangwon scored just 13 goals in 22 matches. Soccer is just a goal.Gwangju and Daegu will have a head-on match of six points at Gwangju Football Stadium at 8 p.m. on the 15th. However, Jeonbuk, which coach Dan Petrescu succeeded in making a soft landing, will clash with Suwon FC, whose defense line collapsed at Jeonjuseong at 7 p.m. on the 16th. Pohang, Jeju, Incheon and Daejeon, which are busy on their way, will be on stage at 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on the 16th, respectively.