Yeah, hopefully he doesn't have a Brian Baker like career and is back properly fit now.
Would you call him the best young Korean player right now, or would you say Jeong, Na and Hong Chung are better?
Probably Jeong is the most promising in that group nowadays. He's two years younger than Lim and I can't recall him having any injuries so far, fortunately. Lim could be pretty good too, if he can avoid all those injuries from now on
Anyway, the two most promising young Koreans right now are Chung Hyeon (16 y.o. Lost against Jimmy Wang in the 2nd round of this challenger and got his first ATP points this week) and Kang Ku Keon (15 y.o. Was the 5th seed this week at the Grade A tournament in Osaka but had a disappointing loss in the 2nd round). Both of them have had a pretty good year in the junior circuit and look like bright prospects for the future.