Korean architecture schools are closing this summer, which means students will be left behind.

The news was first reported by Korea.com, and it’s not the first time the Korean architecture school industry has been shuttered in the last few years.

In February 2018, Korea.co reported that Korean architecture students had to find temporary housing for months as construction crews worked to build the country’s first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) defense site.

Now, the country is facing its second shutdown of the Korean architecturally minded industry, which has been plagued by shortages of qualified architects and technicians.

In July 2018, Korean architecture graduate school in Seoul announced it was closing down after six years.

The students were reportedly offered temporary housing, but they didn’t want to relocate.

“The school, which is located on the outskirts of Seoul, has suffered from a lack of qualified people and has experienced a shortage of skilled architects and designers,” a source from the school told Korean.com.

The source said the school was looking for candidates to train as architectural students, and a number of candidates applied, but none of them received positions.

This was due to the ongoing economic crisis in South Korea, which was exacerbated by the election of President Moon Jae-in, who is anti-trade.

A group of architecture students have been organizing to help the school survive, and the group has been collecting signatures for an open letter.

This article originally appeared on The Korea Times.