As the Foreign Affairs contributor, Robert Kelly is asked [via satellite] how the expulsion of President Park Geun-hye may affect relations with North Korea, suddenly his daughter bumps in and just like that, she’s as much a “celebrity” as her dad.
Someone now had to get really creative to subdue this live TV mishap – “I think one of your children just walked in,” the BBC anchor calmly informed Robert Kelly, a political science expert based at Pusan National University just as the young girl casually entered the room and felt the need to bust a move.
She goes ahead and grabs one of her dad’s markers and shoving it in her mouth.
Kelly immediately apologized only to have his toddler join in on the party, wheeling in behind the little girl.
Thankfully for him, a woman — presumably Kelly’s wife — soon comes in to drag the kids off the screen and close the door on their international event-disrupting antics.
However, according to Daily News, just as the professor attempts to talk about how the countries’ relations remain complicated due to North Korea’s recent use of VX gas, one of the most deadly nerve agents known to man, the boisterous tikes can still be heard screaming from the other room, desperate for more screen time.
Source: Daily News