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support the right side of the motor. remove the right side engine mount (5-7 bolts) using a socket wrench or serpentine belt wrench take tention off the tensioner while keeping tension off the tensioner remove the belt. NOTE: take notice of how the belt is routed.
if you know routing around pulleys the belt tensioner pulley should have a square hole or bolt head to place a ratchet pull tensioner to let belt fit around pulleys when in place release tensioner presser will hold belt in place with motor running look for correct tracking and alignment of belt around pulleys
check if your serpentine belt has been reinstalled as per the belt diagram which you should find under your hood or on the radiator support.
I suspect that your belt routing is bad.
Hope it will help
I am not familiar with Daewoo but typically there is a belt tensioner on the belt area. There should be a description of the belt routing on the shroud above the radiator showing the proper routing of the belt. Put a breaker bar and socket on the tensioner pull back until the belt has slack. Remove the belt and then reroute it according to the diagram.