The professor whose live interview was bombed by his small children is talking about the viral moment.
"It's funny. We understand that," Professor Robert Kelly told the BBC.
He was doing a live online interview with the British network on Friday when his daughter and baby son toddled into the room.
The topic of discussion was South Korea. But the children - and his wife who ran in to get the children out of the room - caught everyone's attention.
"We laughed a lot", said Jung-a Kim, Kelly's wife. "But we were worried a little bit."
"Yeah, we were worried that the BBC would never call us again," said Kelly.
Some people thought Kim was the children's nanny, but she said, she's not worried.
"I just hope people enjoy it and not argue," she said.