Children hilariously interrupt live BBC interview
- Author: Ernesto Newman Mar 12, 2017,
Mar 12, 2017, 0:35
So yes, it went viral.
Professor Robert E. Kelly remained calm during the interview, despite the interruption.
Professor Robert Kelly, a political science professor at Pusan National University in South Korea, was giving an analysis about Park Geun-hye's impeachment when his children made a decision to check what daddy was doing.
"And what will it mean for the wider region- I think one of your children's just walked in", Menendez replies, barely repressing a laugh. Eyes on the camera, Kelly attempted to push the child away without interrupting the interview.
Kelly's own domestic crisis then went from bad to worse when a baby can be seen rolling in on a walker to join in on the fun.
Although the door to the room Professor Kelly was in was shut, his young daughter opened it and danced in while her father was fielding questions.
Professor Kelly kept his composure through the whole ordeal, and repeatedly apologized for the disruption.
The woman manages to close the door, as Kelly continues his commentary - while one of his kids wails in the background.
His mother said: "Robert usually Skypes with us from his home office, which is where he did the interview".
"There's a first time for everything", Menendez comments. "I know you've got some children who need you".
Kelly is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and is living with his family in Busan, South Korea. It may sound unlikely (to say the least) but after appearing live on the BBC via Skype to discuss the recent impeachment of the country's president, Mr Kelley is going ~viral~.