Professor Robert Kelly made worldwide headlines after a video of his two adorable children and fast-acting wife hilariously crashing his live BBC interview went viral. But then things got a little more chaotic when his infant son James came rolling in, soon to be followed by a very distressed mother trying to keep order.
"It was a comedy of errors", Kelly told the Journal.
Kelly said he and Kim were "mortified" at first but were not angry and didn't scold their children.
Jung-a Kim joined her husband, along with their children Marion and James, to talk about becoming unintended household names.
Kelly admitted he "struggled not to laugh" during his now-infamous BBC interview. They could be heard but not seen long after the door closed. "I'm not the nanny - that's the truth - so I hope they stop arguing".
Kim said: "He usually locks the door".
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"It was some chaos for me". "We stonewalled because we didn't know what to do", Kelly said. To this, the professor actually raised his legs and revealed how he was wearing trousers!
But the family were initially shocked and concerned by what happened and how widely the video was shared.
The post was shared by almost 240,000 people and received more than 43,000 comments, most of which thanked the news network and the Kelly family for a good laugh.
Mr Kelly told the BBC his first reaction had been "mortification" and worry that the broadcaster would never call him again. Professor Kelly said that he completely understood why people found it amusing to catch a regular family off guard.
Turns out "she was in a hippity-hoppity mood that day (after being at) a school party", Professor Kelly told the WSJ.
Kim also stated that she found it amusing watching it, despite the fact that during the initial interview she was flustered while trying to corral the children. "I just hope people enjoy it and not argue about this thing", she said.