Seeing as we're all working from home at the minute and Skyping / Zooming in on meetings, we're probably all aware of keeping doors locked so we're not interrupted.

How did we all learn this valuable tip? Why, from Robert Kelly and that infamous BBC interview, of course. If for some reason you've been living under a rock for the past few years, Professor Robert E. Kelly is an expert on South Korean geopolitics who had a very serious interview with the BBC interrupted in his home office by his two kids and their frantic mother trying to keep them off the webcam.

The whole thing was so damn funny, and not to mention unexpectedly wholesome, that it became a huge viral hit overnight and made celebrities out of the Kelly family in South Korea. Well, as you can imagine, with everything that's going on right now, Kelly is well used to do working from home and was on the BBC to talk about how the family are coping.

The best part, however, is that the two kids are still just as hilarious. For example, one of the kids just bails on the interview, walks off, and comes back with a handheld computer game in the middle of it all, while the other one is clearly enjoying her time in the spotlight.

It's amazing stuff. Take a look.