'Family blooper' goes viral after Korea expert's kids crash BBC interview

Professor Robert Kelly and his wife, Kim Jung-A, have spoken with media for the first time following their children gatecrashing a live BBC interview and generating a viral video shared by millions around the world. She explained that it's been a "little bit stressful" but they are now "handling it".

"Then I knew it was over", Kelly said of the moment his son rolled through the door. To top it all off, Kelly's wife Jung-a Kim frantically came in to the study to scoop up the children before dragging them out the door.

Following the interview, some suggested Mrs Kim was in fact the children's nanny, leading to discussions about how Asian woman are perceived.

"And then I saw the door was open", she said.

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It turns out Kelly forgot to lock his office door before his interview with the BBC about the removal of South Korean president Park Geun-hye.

It was a question that sparked fierce debate across the great chambers of the internet last week: was the BBC South Korea expert wearing pants during that interview. "It was chaos for me!"

In an exclusive interview with BBC News on Monday, Kelly admitted that he, too, had a good laugh after watching the video on repeat.

In a separate interview with the Wall Street Journal, the political science expert also addressed numerous questions the world had on the video, namely, how did his children get in in the first place?

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They say they understand why the clip went viral, and say their friends and family find it "hysterical".

Kelly said he was concerned that BBC would never call him again so he emailed the channel to apologise. Kelly said she was in a "hippity-hoppity mood" after having her birthday party at school.

Many people who saw the video and commented on it thought Ms Kim was the family's nanny.

Kelly was able to dispel another myth: that the reason he had not got up to remove his children was because he was wearing pyjama bottoms along with his shirt and tie. "I hope people just enjoy it", she said, "not argue" over it.

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