The Seoul city government has announced that it's building 10 more high-tech job training academies for young people by 2030.
The schools offer classes on digital technology, including artificial intelligence and fintech, to young adults in their 20s and 30s.
The city government hopes to train around 2-thousand students a year to lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution with their expertise in cutting-edge technology.
The classes will be free of charge, but to get in, prospective students will have to take a test on basic coding skills.
The first school has already opened in Yeongdeungpo-gu District, and the next one will open in Geumcheon-gu District this December.