A Professor’s BBC News Interview Is Gatecrashed By His Children While Live On Air

In March 2017, Professor Robert E. Kelly, from South Korea’s Pusan National University, was interviewed live on air by BBC World News about the impeachment of the country’s president, Park Geun-hye. An expert in the field of South Korean politics, Prof. Kelly overlooked one minor detail when preparing for said interview: the possibility that his children could gatecrash midway through.

Realising that his children had burst into the room unexpectedly, he calmly attempted to continue the discussion while his wife scrambled to remove them from the room, which appeared to be no easy feat. Prof. Kelly, when asked about the incident afterwards, stated: “Our first response was mortification that we had just sort of completely blown our relationship with [the BBC].” The footage has since gone viral, having been viewed tens of millions of times.

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