Oh, the perils of live TV.
Robert Kelly, a professor of political science and diplomacy at Pusan National University in South Korea, was talking live to a BBC interviewer on Friday when his two young children gatecrashed the scene and upstaged him with their adorableness.
“My apologies,” Kelly repeated multiple times as he struggled to maintain his composure and discuss the ramifications of the impeachment of South Korean president Park Geun-hye.
But his kids were having none of it — first a daughter in a yellow top and a distinct dancing style, whom Kelly tried to push away and out of the shot, which appeared to be set up in his study.
Then an even younger toddler rolled in on a stroller on wheels.
Before long, a woman arrived on the scene to wrangle the kids and lure them out of the room, shutting the door behind her.
But the scene soon went viral, accumulating thousands of views online.
Watch the video above.