This professor's kids busted in on his very serious BBC interview, but his wife stole the show
When you’re trying to do something official and serious, there’s always a chance that you won’t be able to pull it off. This week, professor Robert Kelly was doing an interview for the BBC about the impeachment of the South Korean president. But the professor’s kids interrupted the BBC interview in the most adorable way.
However, it’s Robert’s wife Jung-a Kim who steals the show as she tries to discreetly get their kids out of their dad’s office. We totally sympathize with the professor, because we know what it’s like when life interrupts our most serious moments. But thankfully, it makes for really adorable and hilarious videos.
Watch as these totally adorable kids bust in on their dad’s very important interview.
Robert is a professor of international relations at Pusan National University in South Korea, so he was the perfect person to interview about the very serious situation. But when his adorable daughter bursts in, we can’t help but immediately fall in love. We love her adorable glasses, and she just looks so excited to help out her daddy with his big interview.
But Robert’s wife we may love the most. When both kids burst into the room, we totally relate to her trying to be discreet but also fast in getting the kids back out. Honestly, we’re pretty impressed with her mommy-ing skills. Because that was some quick action.
A fellow scholar who covers the Middle East shared his own experience balancing kids and interviews.
When you have to use your house as an impromptu interview space, we imagine this happens a lot. But it just shows how much these kids love their awesome dad. And we can’t blame them for that. BRB watching this video over and over, because it’s Friday, and we need this.