American college professor Robert Kelly, whose video interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) final month went viral after his youngsters crashed into the room, is going to the Philippines to discuss on worldwide politics.
Kelly will give a lecture at the Ateneo de Manila University on May 5 on the political disaster in South Korea and regional safety in Southeast Asia.
The lecture is open to the public though on-line registration is required.
Those to watch Kelly’s lecture could register till April 30.
Kelly, an affiliate professor of the Department of Political Science and Diplomacy at Pusan National University, grew to become an Internet sensation after his four-year-old daughter, Marion, barged into his room whereas BBC was interviewing him stay through Skype on the impeachment of South Korean president Park Geun-hye.
Marion was adopted into the room by her eight-month-old sibling, James.
The response to the video has largely been of amusement over the nonchalance of Kelly’s youngsters to the critical interview he was doing once they interrupted.