Ali Wong says she and co-star Steven Yeun broke down hives after filming their new Netflix series Beef.

Steven Yeun and Ali Wong attend the SXSW premiere of Netflix’s “Beef” on March 18, 2023. Roger Kisby/Getty Images

Ali Wong and Steven Yeun took part in an audience Q&A after their Netflix series ‘Beef’ premiered at SXSW.

Wong said filming the series “took a toll,” but they’re glad they did the project.

“Our bodies shut down,” Yeun said.

Ali Wong says she and Steven Yeun broke down hives after filming their upcoming Netflix series Beef.

The audience at South by Southwest watched the world premiere of “Beef” on Saturday, followed by a Q&A with Wong and Yeun. The series follows the aftermath of a traffic incident between Danny Cho (Yeun) and Amy Lau (Wong). According to Variety, a viewer asked the pair how they decompressed after filming the angry scenes.

“Our bodies shut down,” Yeun said.

“Steven and I both broke out in hives after the show. Mine was on my face. His was all over his body because he’s so weak,” Wong said. “It definitely took a toll on us, but we didn’t realize it until after the show ended. I mean, I’m not even going to talk about what happened to your elbow.”

According to Wong, none of the actors expected the visceral reaction, reports Variety.

“I don’t think we knew that was going to happen,” Wong said. “If we had known what our bodies and minds were going through, we might not have said yes, but we’re really glad we did.”

“Beef” will be released on the streaming site on April 6th.

South by Southwest started on March 10th and will last until March 19th. A number of highly anticipated films and series premiered at the festival, including Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, Donald Glover’s Swarm and Evil Dead Rise. .”

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