How to make Korean dumplings
The dumplings in the picture have been fried in a frying pan.
These are some steamed Korean Dumplings purchased from a street stall in South Korea. Here are two flavors - one being the traditional beef mince and the ones on the right, which are slightly red and filled with Kimchi. You can do this by squeezing the water out of kimchi, cutting it and placing in Dumpling paper.
Korean Dumplings are often added to soups, I have made a simple Korean Miso soup here and added some dumplings that have been boiled and cooked in the soup.