"My Neighbor Doesn't Grow Up" is a drama about a 7-year-old brother and sister's romantic relationship. The point to watch is the story that takes place when Lu Jung-an, who had a crush on her seven-year-old neighbor, Lin, approaches as a man. It is the second work in the Azleinger (my neighbor) series since the popular drama "My Neighbor is insomnia" in 2019.
It is a work that highlights realistic meaning by dealing with the growth of women in their 30s among older and younger romantic comedies. When it was aired in China in July, it was evaluated as "a trick that makes lines easy to sympathize with and healing, and at the same time makes them think a lot," and ranked seventh in the popularity of dramas on the DataWin.
Chinese singer and actress Lee Gye-ye (Li Cui, 溪溪)) played Linyang. Lee Gye-ye was recognized for her acting skills by receiving the Media Recommendation Actor Award at the 2019 Chinese Drama Festival. In the play, she is a competent 31-year-old secretary and is divided into a three-dimensional character with a lot of loneliness and wounds to love.
The role of 24-year-old music genius Lu Jeong-an, who returned from studying abroad to appear as a man to his older sister Lin Yang, will feature new actor Ha Hae who debuted in the drama "Lovely Swords Girl" in 2019 and work together.
In the first episode scheduled to air on the 1st, promising musician Lu Jeong-an returns to the small city where her crush, Lin Yang, is living busy as a secretary at an advertising company, and the story of her slipping from home one day will air.
The 29-part popular Chinese romance drama "My Neighbor Doesn't Grow Up" will be broadcast every Monday to Friday at 11 p.m. on the Chinese drama channel CHING.