Don’t Disturb Me Farming Chinese Drama Review and Ending

Don’t Disturb Me Farming is a short Chinese drama that I don’t know if I want to recommend it or not. See the full review below!


Drama Details

Title: Don’t Disturb Me Farming (别打扰我种田)
Episodes: 24
Release Date: March 6, 2024
Genres: Romance, Drama
Country: China
Original Network: Mango TV
Available On: Mango TV

Don't Disturb Me Farming Chinese Drama Review and Ending

Synopsis and Plot Summary

The story follows Zhuang Xiao Man, a beautiful and innocent country girl, and Lin Xian, a cold and arrogant CEO, because of a secret engagement arranged many years ago by their families, the two become engaged and engaged.

As they begin to live together in farming life, they suddenly find true love while going through the ups and downs of their relationship. Their journey is full of romance, sweetness, and unexpected surprises.


Don’t Disturb Me Farming Chinese Drama Ending Explained

Don’t Disturb Me Farming Chinese drama has a happy ending. At the end of the episode, Zhuang Xiaoman was puzzled when Lin Xian didn’t show up for their meeting. So, she asked her assistant where he was. Turns out, he was upstairs at the coffee shop discussing the engagement with Lu Yao.

When Lin Xian rushed upstairs, the gate guard wasn’t keen on letting him in. Eventually, he managed to get inside. Zhuang Xiaoman barged in, worriedly claiming Lin Xian shouldn’t be with other women.

But to her surprise, Lin Xian was alone. She felt bad for thinking he was late until he started talking about investment, which made her really happy.

Later, Lin Xian celebrated the successful investment with his team. Being new, Zhuang Xiaoman ended up accepting all the drinks. Lin Xian worried as he saw her drink more, secretly planning to deal with whoever encouraged her.

But Zhuang Xiaoman remained oblivious. Unable to watch her drink anymore, Lin Xian drank the wine himself, startling everyone into sobriety.

Zhuang Xiaoman, in her tipsy state, accused Lin Xian of being unkind, yet she playfully pinched his cheek, showing her affection. When the employees saw this, they quickly sobered up, and Lin Xian gently escorted Zhuang Xiaoman away.

In the rain, Zhuang Xiaoman asked Lin Xian if he still wanted to marry her. Unable to contain his feelings, Lin Xian rushed forward and kissed her passionately.

Lin Xian and Zhuang Xiaoman returned to Dadong Village to work on their project. Despite offers for new projects, Lin Xian declined, wanting to focus solely on farming without any distractions.

Don't Disturb Me Farming Chinese Drama Review and Ending

Don’t Disturb Me Farming Chinese Drama Review

Hey there! So, I just finished watching this drama, and let me tell you, it was pretty cute! It’s the perfect kind of show to watch when you’re waiting for your favorite series to come back on air. And guess what? I binge-watched the whole thing in just one night!

I do wish they delved a bit more into the grandpas’ backstory, though. I mean, wouldn’t it have been awesome to learn about how they became friends and hear their story?

The plot’s pretty standard, you know? There’s the whole misunderstanding thing between the Male Lead and Female Lead, he storms off, she’s left feeling down… you get the picture.

At the start, I was totally into it. I loved the rural setting because let’s face it, most Chinese dramas are all about city life. And it was refreshing to see the Male Lead finally roll up his sleeves and help out on the farm instead of just lounging around like some snooty guy.

But then, like clockwork, the script takes a turn. There’s always gotta be that mean character, right? In this case, it’s the so-called ‘friend’ of the Female Lead who manages to ruin the vibe.

And don’t even get me started on the Male Lead and his ego trip. If you’re watching this, I’d say skip ahead from episode 20 to 23 and just catch the happy ending. Trust me, those episodes are short, so you won’t have to endure too much angst.


Don’t Disturb Me Farming Chinese Drama Cast

Main Role

Qu Meng Ru as Zhuang Xiao Man

Li Zhuo Yang as Lin Xian


My Verdict

Overall, would I recommend it? Well, not really. I can’t stand petty behavior, whether it’s coming from a guy or a girl. But if you’re up for it, give it a shot and see if it’s your cup of tea. My rating for Don’t Disturb Me Farming Chinese drama review is 6,8/10.

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