SEOUL, July 7 (Yonhap) -- A teaser video for the Korean language-dubbed Japanese animation "Your Name." has been unveiled.
The video released July 5 features voice works by South Korean actors Ji Chang-wook and Kim So-hyun taking on the roles of a city-dwelling male high school student Taki and a female student Mitsuha who lives in the quite countryside, respectively.
Depicting the story of the two teenagers who mysteriously switch bodies, the film has earned US$207 million from 18.2 million admissions in Japan. Factoring in international grosses, it has earned more than $290 million globally, topping the box offices of China, Hong Kong, Thailand and Taiwan.
The animation written and directed by Makoto Shinkai became the most-viewed Japanese film of all time in South Korea, having sold over 3.5 million tickets nationwide.
The Korean language version "Your Name." will open in theaters July 13.