Although he was recently cast as Joong Gil, a high school Casanova in the new film, "Hot Blooded Youth," Lee Jong Suk is not interested in dating lots of women. He wants to meet the right girl and get married as soon as he possibly can. In an interview that he did with Kim Woo Bin on the SBS show "One Night of TV Entertainment," he jokingly said, "I want to get married when I'm at the peak of my looks. I want to be married when I'm still young and attractive." The 23-year-old actor has more than a few years left before his looks fade. And there must be plenty of women who would be happy to date or marry him. He was named a heartbreaker while he was filming "School 2013." Now that he plays Park Soo Ha, the student with psychic abilities in "I Hear Your Voice," he is breaking even more hearts.Jong Suk makes my heart beat faster," commented one netizen while watching 'I Hear Your Voice.' "I think it might go into overdrive." The actor is very physically affectionate so people often think he is flirting when he is only being friendly. Rumors have paired him up with two different actresses but he denied the existence of both relationships. When he ate a meal with co-star Park Se Young on the set of "School 2013," co-star Kim Woo Bin joked that they were dating. She cautioned him not to even say such a thing and Lee Jong Suk was so shocked he spit out his food. While Kim Woo Bin said he was only joking, the rumor spread anyway and Lee Jong Suk had to deny it more than once. Then there was the rumor that he was dating actress Jung So Min. It was even said they went on a trip to Tokyo together. The two did meet when they shot a commercial in 2011 but did not meet again until they ran into each other at the airport while he was on his way to visit Japanese friends. Although he denied they were dating, that did not stop the rumor mill. Marriage could be useful in preventing some rumors, but the first step is to find him an actual girlfriend. Any volunteers? "He doesn't even have a girlfriend but he keeps talking about marriage," said Kim Woo Bin, who would recommend Lee Jong Suk as boyfriend material. "He's very detail oriented and he thinks of others first. So, if you date him, you won't regret it. Don't pass him up." In "Hot Blooded Youth," also called "Boiling Youth," his potential love interest will be played by Park Bo Young.