Life is unpredictable to say the least – especially when you are a parent of kids who love to barge in you room. However, that is what kids do – they are frank, honest, bold and do not care of the status quo. A similar pressure cooker situation erupted in the room of Professor Robert Kelly, a political science professor at Pusan National University in South Korea, when he was coming LIVE on BBC World News. Professor Kelly was giving his opinion, analysis and views over the impeachment of Park Geun-hye, the President of South Korea who was recently removed from office.
While discussing this serious and delicate topic, his daughter swung the door open and strolls inside with the word ‘casual’ written all over her. Following her into the room was an adorable baby in a walker, who was apparently following her elder sister and was inquisitive to know what she was up to. Unaware that their daddy was busy examining, studying and exploring the short and long-term effects of this impeachment on South Korea’s political fabric, the kids were doing what they do best – babbling and trying to come close to their father. Akin to a comic relief scene from a movie – a lady barges in the room and hysterically takes the two kids out before closing the door. Despite the interruption and Kelly’s obvious embarrassment, the kids along with Kelly have become the new social media sensation. Social media users would certainly love the kids’ attitude and Kelly’s nerves to stay calm and composed.