Graphic design school in South Korea is closing its doors March 31, the first school to do so in the country since the country launched its “Greater Digital Economy” initiative in 2013.
The school in Jeonju, North Korea, was started in 2016 by a group of students with the goal of bringing more digital design to North Korea.
Its goal was to develop graphic design skills for students in a country where the economy is stagnant, according to its website.
The school has struggled with limited resources since opening, according an AP story published Thursday.
It was last known to have 50 students in 2017.
It said the school’s website had been taken down last month, but an email from the school said it would be re-launched in 2019.