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Coronavirus: Robert Kelly whose children crashed BBC interview talks about working from residence

Households the world over are having to spend extra time at residence to attempt to comprise the unfold of coronavirus.

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The BBC spoke to Professor Robert Kelly and his spouse, Jung-a Kim to ask them concerning the lockdown in South Korea with youngsters Marion and James.

The household grew to become a worldwide hit in 2017 when Prof Kelly’s youngsters gatecrashed a dwell interview he was doing with the British broadcaster.

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