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do well at
IN the following sentence what does it mean by ' do well at'? Is it an idiomatic expression?
Romantic comedy and melodram used to do well at the box office in Korea.
Re: do well at
Yes, it's idiomatic, Bosun. In this example it means that romantic comedy and melodrama used to make pretty good money for those who made those types of movies.
Originally Posted by bosun