If you have ever worked from home, you'll know it's a lot harder than it sounds.
From endless distractions (the fridge) to the conduct of those around you (family members), trying to be in any way productive is damn near impossible.
But, at least, no actually sees the chaos which ensues when you attempt to act professional around family members who couldn't care less… unless you're Professor Robert E Kelly, that is.
During a slot on BBC World News earlier, the academic discussed the situation in South Korea without realising how determined his children were to get in on the act.
We'll let Robert and his family take it from here…