This study examined whether group art therapy using Korean painting materials affects the on self-efficacy and job-seeking anxiety of university students. In this study, we formed a group art therapy program using the Korean painting media, which provides emotional familiarity and stability, and has the advantage of allowing relaxed expression with minimal defense. Through success and failure experiences within the media, it is possible to find various solutions to problems. In this study, 12 students who were worried about finding a job were selected from the third-and fourth-year classes of K University in Seoul; half, of the students were assigned to the experimental group and the other half was assigned to the control group. The self-efficacy test, job-seeking anxiety test, and the Person Picking an Apple from a Tree(PPAT) test were used as research tools. As a result of this study, first, the self-efficacy test showed that the therapy had statistically significant effects on overall self-efficacy, self-confidence, and self-regulatory efficacy. Moreover, there were statistically significant differences in sub-factors of the PPAT when exploring self-efficacy, such as prominence of color, color appropriateness, internal energy, space, integration, logic, realism, problem solving, and details of objects and environments. Second, job-seeking anxiety test showed statistically significant effects on overall job-seeking anxiety, the cause of job-seeking anxiety, and the state of job-seeking anxiety.