I dont see screws...
Then the only way is to use a flathead screwdriver to pop the plastic casing open. There should be "slots" at certain points where the front and the back of the panel meet to insert the screwdriver.
At this point, it is not worth doing surgery unless you feel real confident about your abilities. Using a screwdriver can mar those "slots" which would void your warranty. You might as well sit back and enjoy your monitor.
Samsung has a plant in Mexico and Slovakia that makes LCD panels for computer monitors. They will be building a LCD plant somewhere in China, but the LCDs will be strictly be used for TVs.