This study was to evaluate the stream depletion due to groundwater pumping from 17 wells near the Anseongcheon upper stream using the Baalousha’s analytical solution (2012) which directly considers stream width and streambed hydraulic conductivity. The input hydraulic values of aquifer and streambed were obtained from the pumping tests and seepage experiments. The estimated streamflow depletion rates divided by pumping rate (dimensionless stream depletion) showed a range from 0.23 to 0.89 for 5 year pumping. In particular, the results revealed that the groundwater pumping has insignificant effects on streamflow when the stream depletion factor (SDF) is higher than 1,000 with values of dimensionless stream depletion lower than 0.4. A more simple Hunt’s solution (1999) also applied to the same wells, and the results showed that the difference between the dimensionless stream depletions calculated by using both solutions could be negligible. From the comparison of the Baalousha’s solution (2012) with the Hunt’s solution (1999) with total 3,000 cases of simulations with combinations of various aquifer and stream properties, the stream-well distance should be more longer than stream width for reducing the discrepancy between both solutions.