'He added a deadbolt to that door': The professor in that BBC interview his children gatecrashed has people talking again
Professor Robert Kelly is an expert on Korea, and is often called upon to give his valuable insights.
However, he is now world-famous for a very different reason - the pundit was hilariously gatecrashed in an interview on the BBC by his children in what is regarded by many as the "funniest interview of the year".
Many were happy to see the familiar face - and room - as Professor Kelly was interviewed on Al Jazeera.
Sam Geal wrote: "Sorry this is a very interesting bit on Al Jazeera but I can't be the only one who is still just watching the door".
@samgeall You know he added a deadbolt to that door after that interview. :)— Kristyle Solomon (@kristyleTweets) April 16, 2017
Many joked that the door was locked:
Sadly for viewers, his children did not come toddling in during the interview.
One wrote: "We will always be watching the door. Hoping".