As you may or may not have heard or seen by now, a BBC News interview about South Korea with Political Science Professor Robert Kelly of the Pusan National University in South Korea went horribly wrong when children barged into his office at his home during a serious interview on BBC News.
Professor Kelly was weighing in on what is happening with the country’s crisis when his two kids began to act up in the background.
Then in a panic a woman walked in so quickly in the room to pull the kids out of the room to save the interview and to allow Prof. Kelly to resume without interruption again.
The video of the interview went viral all over social media. A lot of mixed emotion, comments and different views and opinions from people about the situation. Some said it was wrong of Professor Kelly to push the child behind, while some said it was to protect the child from going on the screen.
The BBC interviewer then said “I think one of your children has just walked in”. It was a very serious matter but handled in such a great way that the interview was completed successfully while managing to keeping his composure.
I think the next time Prof Kelly gives an interview, the door behind will be locked so that another interruption like that will not happen again.
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