Jakarta, CNN Indonesia -- One of the South Korean Box Office films, Hello Ghost, will be available in the Indonesian version. This was announced by the production house and a number of actors involved in the project.
One of the actors involved is the host and former vocalist of the band Killing Me Inside, Onadio Leonardo. Through his Instagram account, he shared snippets of the film's images.
"HELLO GHOST will be present as entertainment for all of you film lovers in Indonesia," wrote Onad in a photo caption, Sunday (4/4).
In the picture collage, it is seen that a number of names have played the role of the film adaptation, such as Enzy Storia, Tora Sudiro, Indro Warkop, Hesty Purwadinata, and others.
The film produced by Falcon Pictures was directed by Indra Gunawan. There is no word yet on when the film will be released.
Hello Ghost itself is one of the popular films from South Korea which was released in 2010. The film, directed by Kim Young-tak, won several awards, including best director at the 2011 BaekSang Arts Awards.
The film tells the story of Sang-Man (Cha Tae-hyun) who tries to commit suicide but fails. He is then admitted to a hospital, and meets a nurse, Jung Jun-yoo (Gang Ye-won).
While recovering from an attempted suicide, Sang-Man is able to see ghosts. He was followed by four ghosts played by Lee Moon-so, Ko Chang-seok, Jang Young-nam, and Cheon Bo-keun.