The purpose of this study is to identify factors influencing organizational socialization through the literature reviewed on the topic of organizational socialization of new college graduates in Korea. In order to achieve the purpose of the study, the influencing factors of organizational socialization were analyzed according to the procedure suggested by Torroco of 2005 after dividing influencing factors into three theoretical approaches, which are situational, personal, and interactional. The major findings are as follows. First, there are eight factors resulting from the situational approach: workplace learning(5), feedback(1), mentoring(1), high-performance working system(1), company characteristics(1), job environment, job characteristics(1), wage level(1), and boss(1). Second, there are nine factors according to personal approach: proactive personality(3), work value(3), career preparation behavior(2), employment preparation behavior(1), gratitude disposition(1), emotional intelligence(1), Job choice motivation(1), individualism-collective disposition(1), and job embeddedness(1). Finally, there were no studies conducted with an interactive approach. Studies which combined situational and personal approaches presented factors such as leading and superior peer support(1), personal and situational characteristics(1), job characteristics, and proactive behavior(1).