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What's Worth Watching: Recap April 8 to 12

BY Joan MacDonald | Apr 15, 2013 05:31 PM EDT

Gu Family Book
All About My Romance
I Summon You Gold

April is turning out to be a great month for dramas. There's a little something for everyone, from fantasy to political and romantic entanglements. So to give you an idea of what you might be missing, here's a rundown of what you can see on Hulu this week. These shows only recently started so it will be easy to catch up:

All About My Romance:

In this new drama, Kim Soo Young, played by Shin Ha Kyun, and Noh Min Young, played by Lee Min Jung, are politicians from opposing parties. They also happen to be a couple but they are forced to hide their relationship because they love their jobs as much as they love each other. Love blossoms while the characters dodge sensational headlines and controversy. But can this couple successfully campaign for political—and romantic—compromise?

Gu Family Book:

If you are a mythological creature called a gumiho (or nine-tailed fox) and you want to become human, you need to find the Gu Family Book. But the mystical book has become a thing of legend over the years. That is, until Choi Kang Chi, the half-human, half gumiho son of the Mount Jiri guardian, falls in love with a human girl. His life becomes a struggle to rediscover and hang on to the human side of his existence.

I Summon You Gold:

Park Hyeon Su Park, played by Yeong Jeong Hun, is the eldest and only legitimate son of the Park family yet he never received his father's love because his mother had an affair. He doesn't believe in love and gets roped into an arranged marriage with the aloof self-centered Yoo Na, played by Han Ji Hye. Their marriage is difficult and Yoo Na declares she wants a divorce then disappears. Hyeon is at a loss for what to do when he happens to run into Mong Hee Jeong, a poor jewelry designer who looks like the twin of his missing wife. He offers to pay her if she pretends to be his wife for a few hours and their lives end up inextricably tangled up.

 

We Got Married:

Two international celebrity pairs present marriage as is only possible through reality TV. "We Got Married" shows how modern couples deal with marriage and relationships in a fun, interesting way. Is this person right for me? How do you make the transition from dating to marriage? Thus begins the unpredictable, hilarious pretend marriage of four international celebrities.

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