These Kids Barging in on Their Dad’s BBC Interview Is Gold

Let this charming video break your oppressive news cycle.

 

After months of political turbulence over a widening corruption scandal, South Korea’s Constitutional Court on Friday officially removed embattled President Park Geun-hye from office.

The fallout of those developments, however, is quickly being eclipsed by the unexpected participants in the following BBC interview. Be sure to watch till the very end.

 

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