Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) is a breakthrough learning model that shows outstanding performance in computer vision and deep learning applications. However, it is a relatively burdened model in terms of learning speed and resource usage compared to other learning models when the learning scale becomes large. Quantum Convolutional Neural Network (QCNN) is a novel model as a potential solution using quantum computers to handle this problem. Quantum computers with a limited number of usable qubits needs a resource-efficient method to process large-scale data at once. In addition, Quantum Random Access Memory (QRAM) can store the large data to qubits logarithmically using superposition and entanglement. The QRAM algorithm can design a new QCNN model that can efficiently process in massive data. This paper proposes a more resource and depth efficient model for larger-sized input data and the number of output channels using the QRAM algorithm and efficiently extracting features.