The Busan I'Park fell short in the Rush Cash Cup final, losing 3-2 to Ulsan.
Seul Ki-hyun led Ulsan in the first half, as he assisted on Go Jang-hyun's 38th minute blast, while then adding his own just before the first half whistle on a cross which went between two defenders.
Ulsan completely outplayed the I'Park in the first half, who were showing signs of fatigue from their previous games. Ulsan had a 61% possession advantage in the first half.
The second half started out much the same, and a Park Tae-min error led to an Ulsan 5-on-1 advantage which Kang Jin-wook easily converted in the 58th minute.
However, the I'Park finally woke up in the 70th minute, when Yang Dong-Hyun put a turn around shot into the left corner to give the I'Park hope.
He connected again in the 77th minute, when the corner kick appeared to go off the back of his neck, but slid just past the Ulsan keeper.
The I'Park had a chance to tie the game in the final moments, but Kim Chang-su's last chance desperate shot off a deflection from the goalie missed the wide open net, securing the win for Ulsan.
By Jeff Liebsch