Professor Robert Kelly talks about his interview with BBC

The whole world the view, this is the video of Robert Kelly, expert South Korean policy, interrupted by his two children during an interview with the BBC.

Kelly in speaking of the President of South Korea, Park Geun-hye, who has been ousted from power, it came his little son Marion.

As usual, the Professor Kelly said that he locked the door.

In replying to Wall Street Journal, Kelly said: "As soon as she opened the door, I saw his image on my screen. She was in a mood hippie-hoppity that day because of the feast of the school".

It was a view that Kelly try to push discreetly Marion far. Then his disorder has doubled because of the entered his son James at the age of eight months, who has also joined the interview is overwrite fun.

To top it all off, his wife Jung-a-Kim came slide after them before the dragging and close the door.

The video has been the buzz on social networks. It has been seen 84 million times on the Facebook page of the BBC.

When the interview has finished, the diffuser James Mernendez said: "There is a first time for everything. I think that you have children who need you!
Although embarrassed at the time, Prof Kelly has since seen the funny side in the incident.

"It was terribly cute. I saw the video as the whole world and it is really funny," he admitted.