Robert E. Kelly is a political scientist and a big time expert in international affairs. That’s why BBC World News turned to him to find out more about the impeachment of South Korea’s president.
But the only thing that came out of the interview – or at the least the only thing anyone will remember – is the hilarity of it being interrupted by his two young children and a woman (wife? nanny?) frantically trying to get them out of the room.
There’s a good reason this video has gone viral.
It’s the funniest thing you’ll see all week.