A dad whose kids have become a viral sensation after interrupting a live BBC interview was faced with some extremely awkward questions at press conference about the infamous clip.
South Korean politics expert Robert Kelly and his family brought laughter to millions after his adorable children walked in during a BBC News broadcast.
Professor Kelly held a press conference to ‘clear up’ some rumours around the clip, including one tongue-in-cheek question about whether he was wearing any trousers.
Questions were raised about Mr Kelly’s attire when he refused to get out of his chair and remove the children from the room.
But he confirmed that he was wearing trousers during the interview.
In the conference, Robert Kelly was sitting alongside his daughter Marion, who looked thoroughly unimpressed at the questions being fired at her father.
Robert said: “We are just a regular family and raising two young children can be a lot of work.
“We love our children very much, and we are happy that our family blooper – our family error on television – brought so much laughter to so many people.”