If you haven’t seen the now infamous moment when a BBC correspondent’s interview was interrupted on live TV by his children, then you’ve missed out on one of the TV highlights of the year.
But now Marion and James, the children of Professor Robert E Kelly – who found himself in that very awkward situation while trying to conduct a serious chat about South Korea – are in the spotlight all over again after inspiring an animated TV show.
The animated show, The Adventures of Mina and Jack, takes inspiration from their unexpected cameo on the now-viral BBC report about the impeachment of South Korea's president.

It follows Mina (Marion) and her brother Jack (James) as the two embark on "misadventures" in a bid to help their father "out of various jams".

The first episode sees this "dynamic duo" capturing a gold thief in North Africa, after sneaking out of their hotel, hitching a ride on an elephant and tumbling into a United Nations press conference.
Professor Robert Kelly and his family have since expressed their love for the project, offering their full blessing to move forward with subsequent episodes.
“I thought it was so cute. My wife and I both laughed," he said.
"They made me look suitably dorky"
The show was created by New York-based creatives, Lauren Martin and Jarryd Mandy, who decided to animate it after watching the viral video "upwards of a hundred times".

Here's the original break out video: