South Korea detains a passenger after a door opens on Asiana flight in mid-air

A passenger opened an emergency exit door during a South Korean Asiana Airlines flight on Friday, resulting in police detaining the individual after the plane landed safely.

The incident: An Asiana Airlines Airbus A321 experienced an emergency exit door opening in mid-air on a flight from Jeju to Daegu.
* Some passengers tried to stop the individual from opening the door, but it was partially opened.
* There were 194 people on board during the incident.

Video Evidence: Social media posts show passengers’ hair being whipped by the air blowing into the cabin through the open door.

Aftermath: The unidentified person who opened the door has been detained by the police.
* No one was injured, but some passengers were assessed at a hospital after the landing.

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