Lim was primarily used as a relief pitcher and he led the KBO in saves four times (1998, 1999, 2004 and 2015). He finished up his career with 386 saves - 258 in the KBO and 128 in NPB. He was a three time All Star in Japan (2009-11) and I assume made multiple All Star teams in Korea but I don't know how many. The article I referenced above says he was part of six Korean Series winning teams but I count seven - Haitai in 1996 and 1997, Samsung in 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2014 and Kia in 2017. He played for the Korean National Team in the 2000 Olympics and the 2009 World Baseball Classic as well as several Asian tournaments.
The earliest card I know of for Lim is from the 1998 Pro Baseball Stickers set (which I don't have). He's also in the 1999 and 2000 Teleca sets. He has many Japanese cards between 2008 and 2012 and has KBO cards in some of the 2014-15 Superstar Baseball sets and the 2017*-18 SCC sets.
*Issued in 2018
I did a post a few years back when Lim headed to the Cubs from the Swallows that showed some of his cards. Here's some others:
|1999 Teleca Premium Korean Dream Team #D-5|
|2000 Teleca #59|
|2008 BBM 2nd Version #611|
|2009 Konami WBC Heroes #W09R116|
|2010 Bandai Owners League 02 #031|
|2011 Calbee #139|
|2012 BBM 1st Version #192|
|2014 Superstar Baseball Season Three #SBC03-087|
|2017 SCC #SCC-01-KA02|
|2018 SCC KBO Collection 2 Black #SCCR-02B/001|