Video: This guy's adorable kids keep interrupting his serious interview with BBC ????

It was just one of those mornings.
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You know when you're just trying to do a serious interview with BBC, but your kids keep interrupting?

Well that happened to professor Robert Kelly, who was talking about South Korea via webcam on BBC News Friday morning, BBC says. Here's the hilarious video:

It starts out with Kelly talking about what democracy means in the face of scandals.

And then a kid comes dancing into the room. Without missing a beat, Kelly tries to divert the kid away, but isn't successful.

Then another child in a walker makes its way into the room. That kid is quickly followed by a woman, who works to usher the kids out of the room. Kelly apologized, and continued with the interview – but you could still hear one of the kids screaming in the background.

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