|Place of origin||Russia|
|Region or state||Sakhalin|
|Created by||Sakhalin Koreans|
Pyanse (Russian: пянсе, Korean: 퍈세) or pigodi (Russian: пигоди, SG pigodya пигодя, Korean: 피고댜) is a Russo-Korean steamed pie, bun, or dumpling stuffed with cabbage and meat. It is a popular dish in the Russian Far East, as well as in Koryo-saram communities of Central Asia.
The Russian word pigodi (пигоди, plural) derived from pigodya (пигодя, singular), is the Russian transcription of the Koryo-mar word begoja (베고자).
Pyanse is said to have first made in Kholmsk, Russia by Sakhalin Koreans in the early 1980s, as an adaptation of Korean wang-mandu ("king dumpling"). It has been the most popular street food in Vladivostok since the early 1990s, and became popular in Moscow in the 2010s.