This study was to evaluate the stream depletion from groundwater pumping in shallow aquifer using the Hunt's analytical solution(2009) which considers a two-layer leaky aquifer-stream system. From the total 2,187 cases of simulations with combinations of various aquifer and stream properties, the streamflow depletion rates divided by the groundwater pumping rate showed the low values when the stream depletion factor(SDF) is higher than 1,000-10,000, and was more sensitive to the aquitard hydraulic conductivity than the streambed hydraulic conductivity. The comparison of the Hunt's solution(2009) with the Hunt's solution(1999) of a single layer aquifer indicated that the maximum difference between the dimensionless stream depletions calculated by using both solutions is above 0.3, and the stream depletion is significantly affected by the hydraulic properties of the 2nd layer as the SDF of the first layer increases. The Hunt's solution(2009) was applied to the real shallow groundwater well that is located in Chunju-Si, and the results revealed that the groundwater pumping has significant effects on streamflow in a short period of time, showing that the dimensionless stream depletion exceeds 0.8 within a few days. It was also found that the shallow groundwater pumping effects on stream depletion are highly dependent on the stream-well distance for the locations with high hydraulic diffusivity of 1st layer and low vertical leakance between 1st and 2nd layers.