These parading toddlers have been nominated as the best video-bomb the internet has ever seen.

Professor Robert Kelly, professor of political science at Pusan National University, was in the middle of a BBC World News interview on Friday morning concerning South Korean president Park Geun-hye when all of a sudden, the door opens to reveal a tiny visitor.

The tiny visitor is none other than his own child waddling in for some attention from his suit-clad father.

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Appearing amused – while simultaneously mortified – the father attempts to nudge the curious child away while continuing to explain the political climate of South Korea.

The toddler is then joined by a second child wandering in to say hello while the dad continues to keep his composure.

Kelly’s wife, Jung-a Kim, then runs into the room in horror, corralling the children out of the room in a flurry of flailing limbs.

Like a pro, Kelly manages to finish the interview without barely blinking an eye, making him the most impressive dad on social media today.

(WATCH the video below)


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