British actress Tilda Swinton will work with Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho again after their successful 2013 film “Snowpiercer.” She was speaking at the press conference at Busan to promote Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino’s “A Bigger Splash,” their new collaboration after the Oscar-nominated “I am Love” (2009).

“I’m already planning more adventures with Bong Joon-ho,” said Swinton, “He is a great master like Luca.”

Swinton also expressed a desire to work with Korean K-pop star Kwon Ji-yong, best known by his stage name G-Dragon. “G-Dragon is a film star, whether he knows it or not,” said Swinton.

Meanwhile, Guadagnino revealed that all the visual effects for “A Bigger Splash” were executed by Korean production house 4th Creative Party, whose earlier credits include “Snowpiercer” and “Hwayi: A Monster Boy.” Guadagnino came across them while producing Park Chan-wook’s 2014 short “A Rose Reborn,” for which 4th Creative Party did the effects.

“A Bigger Splash” is a gala presentation at Busan.

Pictured: “A Bigger Splash” director Luca Guadagnino, Tilda Swinton and editor Walter Fasano