| Park Jung Hoon (m. 2007)|
| X-Man, Rival, Side Street People, The Truth|
PaekSang Arts Award for Best Female Variety Performer, Golden Disk Ceci Special Award
Mnet Asian Music Award for Best New Female Artist
Jang Nara, Choi Jin‑hyuk, Yang Dong‑geun, Lee Soo‑young, Jin Yi‑han
Park Kyung-lim Wikipedia
Park Kyung-lim (born December 8, 1978) is a South Korean entertainer and a comedian known for her wit and kind behavior. Often, her appearance is a source of much derision and jokes; she is often ridiculed for having a "square-shaped" face. After leaving to go to school in the United States at the New York Film Academy School of Film & Acting, she returned to regain her popularity as an MC for SBS's popular show, Good Sunday: X-Man! She left the show in 2006 in order to host various MBC shows, as well as hosting her own radio show. She married Park Jung-hoon at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, on July 15, 2007. As of July 2008, they are expecting their first child. She was a permanent member of High-Five, part of KBS's Happy Sunday lineup, until its cancellation in 2008. Park also hosted her own show entitled Park Kyung-lim's Wonderful Outing on MBC Every1. She appeared as a host for the show "Thank You for Waking Us Up!" and "Thank You for Raising Me Up!" with SS501. On July 16 she announced that she was expecting her second child on MBC's Saebakhwi. In October 2011 she suffered a miscarriage. The cause for the miscarriage was reported to be a premature rupture of the amniotic fluids from oligohydramnios.
In 2016, it was announced that Kyung-lim would be a host on the Netflix reality show Ultimate Beastmaster.
Place of Birth: Seoul
Education: Dong Duk Women's University, New York Film Academy School of Film & Acting
Park Kyung-lim, Cartoon Essay 《네모천사 경림이》(2001) ISBN 899-52-35306
Park Kyung-lim, English Success Story (2004) ISBN 897-04-18-911
박경림의 사람 (2008) ISBN 978-89-01-08223-3