Associate professor of International Relations in the Political Science and Diplomacy Department of Pusan National University in Busan, Korea, Professor Robert Kelly was a guest on BBC News giving his opinion about Korean politics when his two kids, Marion and Jones interrupted the interview and it took a few awkward moments before their mother, Jung-a, could pull them out. The video became an instant hit on the internet gathering millions of view and even a few memes along the way. Professor Robert Kelly and his wife with their two kids recently have now returned to BBC News as they explained the reason why the door was let open, how the instant fame has been for them and how Jung-a feels about being called a nanny.
Watch the interview below:
Remember them? Via@bbcnews – 15 MAR: Find out the true story behind the funniest clip of the year. It was the viral video of a BBC interview that made a specialist on Korea, and his family, world famous. Professor Robert Kelly was speaking to the BBC about Korean politics when his two children unexpectedly burst into the room, followed a short time later by their mother – who desperately tried to keep a low profile. Hilarity ensued. But how did the kids – Marion and James – manage to gatecrash the show, and how does mother Jung-a Kim feel about the fact that so many people assumed she was the children’s nanny? Watch more of the original interview here: bbc.in/notnow #Skype #Blooper #TV #tvnews #funny #children #kids #comedy #WorldNews #BBCShorts #BBCNews @BBCWorld @BBCNews