Good news, people: BBC Dad and his family are back.
Things are tough right now. But allow yourself to travel back down memory lane to a time that was arguably simpler.
The year was 2017, back in the days when we could still go outside. A time when BBC Dad and his delightful family were basically Family of the Year, thanks to a wonderful viral clip that truly stole the world’s hearts depicting one infamously interrupted BBC interview.
In a new BBC World News interview, political scientist Robert Kelly and his wife Kim Jung-A sat with their kids Marion and James and discussed social distancing measures in South Korea.
Kim Jung-A described family life in Busan, South Korea, during social distancing and the challenges of parenting while staying indoors.
From her description, the family have been able to pop outside to make sure the kids see some flowers and get fresh air from time to time, while abiding by South Korea’s social distancing rules.
Here’s the segment, posted to Twitter by the BBC’s Scott Bryan:
Pleased to report that Marion and James were on good form. For the most part, they sat quietly in their seats on their best behaviour while their parents answered questions. Good job. Until, that is, they got a little bit bored.
I think we can all agree that this is exactly what we needed today.
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