Oct 05, 2015 | 11:37 AM EDT

K-Drama Stars Had A Lot To Say At The Busan Film Festival

BY Julie Jones

Several k-drama stars attended the Busan International Film Festival and the interviews this generated resulted in some interesting quotes about love, wish fulfillment and destiny. Here's a round-up of our favorite quotes

Yoo Ah In took part in a talk hosted by the Movie Writers' Association of Korea. At that event he was asked if he planned to marry.

"I've always wanted to, " he said.

The 28-year-old actor can currently be seen in two films, "Veteran" and "The Throne" and the drama "Six Flying Dragons." The reason he does want to marry, when he can fit it into his busy acting schedule, is that he wants to have a son.

"I want a son that looks just like me," he said.

Scottish actress Tilda Swinton, who appeared in the k-movie "Snowpiercer," mentioned her wish for a possible love line with a kpop star.

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She was talking about working with actors Song Kang Ho and Go Ah Sung in Bong Joon Ho's film "Snowpiercer," when she was asked with Korean star she would like to work with in the future. She named Big Bang's G-Dragon.

"I know he's a singer," she said. "But I feel he could be a movie star."

G-Dragon's music video acting is so persuasive that she's not the first person to think he should act. And Swinton is set to do another film with Bong Joon Ho. Maybe Bong Joon Ho will convince G-Dragon that acting is his destiny.

Kim Woo Bin had something to say about destiny and his film. When he appeared at a greeting event for the film "Twenty," he said that he was destined to pay the part of the film's unemployed 20-something player.

"When I received the screenplay of "Twenty," I felt like the movie was my destiny. Although I had an overlapping schedule at the time and had almost given up the opportunity, luckily I could join the movie."

Son Ye Jin spoke about her film "Bad Gus Always Die" and how it fulfilled her wishes.

 "I always wanted to do a road movie, and this film is kind of it," she said in an interview with the Korean media outlet Yonhap New. "I felt the script was attractive because although it is a Chinese film, it would be filmed in all over South Korea, including the beautiful Jeju Island."

In the film she plays a mysterious woman who is found unconscious by four Chinese tourists, one of which is played by Taiwanese actor Bolin Chen.

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