Professor Robert E. Kelly, who was giving a live interview to the BBC about South Korea when his children barged into the room and created a video sensation that has been seen by more than 16 million people, gave a follow-up interview to the BBC to address everyone’s burning questions about the hilarious incident.
You can see the original video by clicking here. Kelly’s follow-up interview can be seen below.
Kelly appears in the new video along with his wife, Jung-a Kim, and the couple’s two young children, Marion and James, all of whom starred in the original clip. Among other things, the couple addressed the widely reported misperception that Kim was the children’s nanny and not their mom.
The family appears to be doing just fine — although Kelly admits that for a time he was concerned that the incident might sour his relationship with the BBC. For their part, Marion and James appear to be as energized as ever.
Here’s the interview …