It was a question that sparked fierce debate across the great chambers of the internet last week: was the BBC South Korea expert wearing trousers during that interview.
In conversation with the Wall Street Journal and the BBC, new internet sensation Robert E. Kelly said that he and his wife Jung-a Kim watched the video back with "a mixture of surprise, embarrassment and amusement... and I suppose love and affection, I mean it was terribly cute... it is really funny".
He also confirmed that despite heated speculation to the contrary, he was wearing trousers during the interview. Glad we could clear that one up.
The couple, who live in South Korea, said that although they have have had to turn their phones off due to being "relentlessly" pursued by the media and public since Friday night, the feedback they have received has been overwhelmingly positive.
"Everybody we know seems to think it's pretty hysterical," Mr Kelly said.
"We understand why people find it hysterical... Catching a regular family off guard and stuff."
It's even better with a Fleetwood Mac soundtrack...