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Prof Robert E Kelly has returned to BBC News to talk about his unexpected viral fame last week, when his children crashed his live TV interview to the amusement of millions of people who later watched the clip. Prof Kelly, an expert on South Korea, was joined in the follow-up video with his wife, Jung-a Kim and children Marion and James.
He confirmed to the BBC’s James Menendez that he was, despite online speculation, wearing trousers during the interview.

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36 thoughts on “Prof Robert Kelly is back & this time his wife & children are meant to be in shot! BBC News

  1. Should've given the girl some soft teddies or something, she's legit bashing up the desk with a hammer. She hates her dad 😂

  2. Can we just take a moment to appreciate our mothers ( and fathers too ) especially if you have sibling close to your age

  3. I play the video just to remind my self “shit happens”, that’s a quote from Forest Gump. The man was so professional and kept going with a straight face. While the wife was in emergency mode, like most mothers.very cute!

  4. "What did you think of the assumption that people made that your wife was the nanny and not their mom?" Wtf kind of question is that? So inappropriate

  5. Some of these comments are unbelievable and very idiotic. No he’s not abusive. Yes she is there mother. No there daughter is not autistic she’s acting like a normal child. It’s a toddler and baby there both tired and want to go to bed. Why are people focusing on these things when it has nothing to do with them. This is about the video they made! Not about their private life.

  6. At first, I felt that Robert was a little heavy handed to push his daughter away instead of carrying her out but if the little girl didn't love her dad or see him as someone accessible, she wouldn't have sauntered in.

  7. OH dude what's with all of the hypersensitivty towards the nanny comments? In English speaking countries, specifically the US (which dominates social media like no other country), it's very common to see an asian or latin housekeeper, and it's 99/100 times a female. It's not racist or sexist to assume that she was a maid, it's not like anybody said they don't belong together lol it's just a silly assumption that has nothing to do with racism, simply our exposure of what ethnicities and sexes that maids are typically conveyed as. I repeat, it is not racist. Stereotypical at best, but more like statistically, under the common portrayal of upper class American households.

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