This live TV interview being interrupted by two kids may be the funniest TV moment of 2017 

Professor Robert Kelly was discussing the impeachment of the South Korean leader and its implications.

An expert was interrupted by two mischievous children while giving an interview live on air.

Professor Robert Kelly, from the department of political science at Pusan National University, was discussing the impeachment of South Korea’s president Park Geun-hye on BBC World News during the 11am bulletin.

But as he talked to presenter James Menendez about President Park being ousted from power, a child burst into the room unannounced, and proceeded to dance behind him. Kelly managed to keep a straight face and continue the discussion, only for an infant in a baby walker to arrive bouncing into the room too.

Many viewers seemed to love the adorable interruption from the cute little invaders, and the superhero woman that swoops in to gather them up.