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BBC News 26 Mar 2020

Viral dad on the trials of working from home


Families across the world are having to spend more time at home to try to contain the spread of coronavirus.

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

The family became a global hit in 2017 when Prof Kelly's children gatecrashed a live interview he was doing with the British broadcaster.

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