Kids Burst In During Dad’s Live Interview, Then His Frantic Wife Rushes Inside

by Mauricio Castillo
Mauricio has been writing for 11 years and is deeply into movies, sports and anything funny.

Robert Kelly, a professor of political science at Pusan National University in South Korea, was taking part in an interview for BBC on live TV. He was at home, discussing and debating topics and issues regarding the president of the country.

Aside from being an esteemed professor, Robert Kelly is also a dad and husband. All the viewers watching his interview got to see firsthand exactly what that means!

As seen in the video below, while answering the serious questions being presented to him by James Menendez, BBC broadcaster, his toddler daughter, wearing glasses and a bright yellow sweatshirt, casually strolls into the room.

As she approaches her father’s side, she adds a little dance, obviously curious as to what he is doing and who he is talking to.

Professor Kelly desperately tries to keep his focus on the interview, but he still blindly tries to get her to leave the room with a gentle push and a smile playing at his mouth.

Things only get worse for him from there. His daughter is followed by his baby son, who rolls in behind her in his baby walker.

Eventually, his wife, Jung-A Kim, comes flying into the room to take the children away, though she has some trouble when her son’s stroller doesn’t want to fit through the door.

Finally, she stretches out to the close the door to leave her husband alone again, but you can hear the screams of crying kids in the background.

That’s live TV for you!

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[H/T: DailyMail]

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