A door of an Asiana Airlines jet opened mid-flight as it was approaching Daegu, South Korea, causing panic among passengers. The incident occurred when the aircraft was approximately 700 feet above the ground, just a few minutes away from landing. A man in his 30s who was seated near the emergency exit was suspected of opening the door, although the exact motive was not disclosed. Despite the alarming incident, the plane landed safely, and the authorities arrested the individual involved. The South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport is investigating the violation of aviation laws and has dispatched an aviation safety supervisor to examine any potential maintenance issues. Several passengers suffered minor injuries due to hyperventilation, but no serious injuries were reported. Aviation experts find the incident highly unusual, as it is technically challenging to open an aircraft door in-flight.