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'Family blooper' goes viral after Korea expert's kids crash BBC interview

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International relations professor Robert Kelly, the man at the center of a viral BBC interview, says he is flattered by “gentle sentiments” after the video interview.

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Date: August 9, 2020

26 thoughts on “'Family blooper' goes viral after Korea expert's kids crash BBC interview

  1. I feel like if a woman's children walked in on her interview, the world would be like:

    "She's having a hard time balancing work and family life"

    "Those kids seem like a handful"

    "Who brings their kids to an interview".

  2. The blooper should in fact make him more of a considerate man then anything else. No matter how professional you are or how important you are, a man without a supporting family can never excel or succeed in life.

  3. Then and now. I wait patiently for the days when we can walk freely with our families without fear of any disease lingering in the air. Or people dropping like flies. Sad times right now. 10/5/2020. Posted.

  4. I don't understand Americans. They claim to be the best country in the world, but they go overseas to find love. And they complain that there are too many immigrants. You are bringing immigrants home!!!

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