I was telling him some of the lessons I've learned, when he suddenly almost shouted, "hindi pwede iyan, idedemanda ko agad sila!" I tried to calm him down until I have to ultimately tell him he's just an illegal immigrant and that we only have limited rights. In fact, even if he's legal, here in Korea, foreigners have a very small chance to win any case against the locals. It's not right but it's just the way it is.
One of the worst a fellow Pinoy could do (which has happened too often) is to coax someone to do something with all passion. Convincing someone to speak up, complain, or form a rally. And when the poor fellow goes through with it, he gets no supporter; not even the person(s) who talked him into it. Or worse, they take the opposite side. And even worse, laugh at the poor guy after falling. That's just as bad as saying, "Kawawa ka naman." (You poor thing) but leaves it at that. I've seen this happen many times and in fact, has been done to me a lot, even before coming to Korea.