Chae Rim

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Park.
Chae Rim
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Born Park Chae-Rim
(1979-03-28) March 28, 1979 (age 35)
Seoul, South Korea
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present
Agent SidusHQ
Spouse(s) Lee Seung-hwan (2003-2006; divorced), Gao Ziqi (2014-present)
Korean name
Hangul 박채림
Hanja 朴蔡琳
Revised Romanization Bak Chae-rim
McCune–Reischauer Pak Ch'ae-rim

Park Chae-rim (Hangul: 박채림; born March 28, 1979 in Seoul), known simply as Chae Rim, is a South Korean actress.

Career[edit]

Chae Rim debuted as Miss Haitai in 1994. Having starred in many television dramas, becoming famous for her roles in All About Eve and Dal-ja's Spring in the 2000s (decade).[1] She enjoys great popularity as a Korean wave star in China and Taiwan, having made several series there.

Chae Rim also co-hosted the MBC variety show Music Camp from 1999 to 2000. In 2010 Park returned to the small screen with Oh! My Lady, co-starring Siwon of Super Junior. It is a romantic comedy about a top star who finds himself living with his manager, a 35 year old woman who is trying to earn money to get custody of her child.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Chae Rim married singer Lee Seung-hwan (14 years her senior) on May 24, 2003.[3] On March 31, 2006, Lee's agency Cloud Fish released news of the couple's divorce, stating that due to personality differences, the couple had been separated since December 2005. In March 2014, she acknowledged that she is dating Chinese actor Gao Ziqi.[4] Gao and Chae Rim were married in China on October 14, 2014.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2007 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Dal-ja's Spring)
  • 2007 China BQ Awards: Favorite Asian Star Award
  • 2006 China Annual Golden TVS Awards: Most Popular International Star
  • 2000 SBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award
  • 1999 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award
  • 1999 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award
  • 1999 Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actress in TV (I'm Still Loving You)
  • 1998 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actress

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