Weird things happen when a snippet of your everyday life goes explosively viral. By now, Robert Kelly and his wife Kim Jung-A are well a-bloody-ware of the fact that having two small children barge into a live Skype interview with the BBC is an easy way to draw an insane amount of international attention – and a series of wildly woke takes on every aspect of the footage.

After all of that debate on the matter, the family has sat down for another Skype interview, this time with The Wall Street Journal. Thankfully, the sprogs were included from the get-go. Kelly, who was discussing South Korea’s leadership turmoil at the time of the original incident, says he now reckons the whole deal was hilarious:

“If you watch the tape I was sort of struggling to keep my own laughs down. They’re little kids and that’s how things are.”
Regarding the fact he left his door unlocked, Kelly says “yes I was mortified, but I also want my kids to feel comfortable coming to me.” Jung-A reckons “it happens all the time for us, but not like this. The interview thing – it was the first time.”

As for why lil’ mate in the jumper walked in with such incredible swagger, Kelly says “she was in a hippity-hoppity mood that day because of the school party.” That positivity extended to the new vid, too: the girl seems to yell “I want to talk to my new friends!”, to which Kelly responds “this is my life, man.”

Here’s a white-hot take for y’all: this family is goddamn adorable. Watch the interview below:

 

 

Source and photo: The Wall Street Journal.