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March 10, 2017 at 09:11 AM EST

Political science professor Robert E. Kelly faced one of the many fears TV guests face on a daily basis — and he came out it pretty gracefully.

Kelly appeared via Skype on BBC News to discuss the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye when one of his kids danced into the room on live television. “I think one of your children’s just walked in,” the BBC presenter remarked before a second child trotted in on a mobile baby bouncer.

“My apologies,” Kelly said as a woman burst through the door to retrieve the kids. Props to the professor, who kept his cool despite the falling books and subsequent crying heard from the hallway.

Watch below.

“Every parent-journalist, ever, feels his pain,” The Economist‘s David Rennie remarked on Twitter.

Other commenters praised Kelly’s composure and analysis of the on-going situation in South Korea in the moment, while more showed solidarity as working parents.

“Since this video is doing the rounds, it is worth noting [Kelly] is a damn good Korea analyst,” one user tweeted.

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