Ms Song grew up in Sydney near the Blue Mountains with limited contact with people from different ethnic backgrounds but feels her values and upbringing are more in line with the Asian culture.She says she has always been someone who wanted to get married and have a family and feels the Korean men she's encountered are more "family-orientated".Unless otherwise indicated, all content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version. "I had this stereotype that they'll look after me better than a lesser woman would.Inside the dimly lit room, a group of well-dressed men have turned up to try their luck at walking away with a new connection or two.Tonight looks like any regular event, except there's just one minor detail - it's customised date night for Asian women.
"Culturally in Australia, men are really taught to shun away from family life. In terms of their society, Korean men are more encouraged to have a family and children and that really struck me,” Ms Song says.what attracted him to Asian women was the stereotype that they were better carers.Shaun Comerford, general manager from Fast Impressions said race-based events are really popular.He said the match rates are much higher because the prospective partners have already ticked one of their boxes.As one speed-dater explains: "I don't know what it is but I do find Asian women attractive, there's something about them." Sophie Song, 29, is married to Han, a 27-year-old Korean whom she met while he was in Sydney on a working holiday.
Ms Song admits she has always liked men with brown eyes and naturally black hair, but also had a preference for more feminine looking men and is not attracted to those who have big noses and a lot of hair.