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'The kids probably heard voices coming from the computer and assumed it was us,' she said laughing. Mrs Kelly, 72, explained that her 44-year-old son, who is an expert on South Korean politics, has done a number of interviews on network television for other outlets, including CNN, as well as CNBC, Sky News, and ITN.She said: 'I just hope that he gains recognition for his expertise rather than for this - as great as it all is.'Professor Kelly moved to Korea in 2008 to teach political science at Pusan National University, after completing his Ph D at Ohio State University.But suddenly, his two young children, Marion 4, and James, who is just nine months, burst into the room one after the other.Now their grandmother, Ellen Kelly, of University Heights, outside Cleveland, Ohio, tells Daily that the children may have thought they were Skyping their grandparents.
She said: 'First my sister called and then we spoke to Robert, who was a little disturbed - probably just embarrassed.'Mrs Kelly added that she thought 'the best part' of the video was when his wife, Jung-a, came skidding through.
There was no name; there was just a blank space where there was usually a username to tell me who was trying to contact me. I decided to type out a message, simply sending another hello. I decided to just leave it, but for some reason I opened up another window inside of ending the call. I spun around quickly, but it was far too dark to see anything.
I figured it was just one of my friends playing a prank on me, so I just said the hell with it and accepted the call. Just as I opened up Facebook again, I got a Skype message back. With the black screen from the Skype call and my dark wallpaper background, there wasn’t enough bright light to see anything around my room. I shivered as I moved my head forward to get a closer look, and saw a person’s head move over the dim light on the screen.
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In an attempt to salvage the interview, Jung-a grabs the two youngsters and drags them out of the room, but one of them could be heard wailing in the background and baby James' walker wouldn't fit back through the door.'It was just fantastic,' Mrs Kelly said.