A study on factors influencing measurement error of Ground-based LiDAR(Light Detection And Ranging) system was conducted in Kimnyeong wind turbine test site on Jeju Island. Three properties of wind including inclined angle, turbulence intensity and power law exponent were taken into account as factors influencing the measurement error of Ground-based LiDAR. In order to calculate LiDAR measurements error, 2.5-month wind speed data collected from LiDAR (WindCube v2) were compared with concurrent data from the anemometer on a nearby 120m-high meteorological mast. In addition, data filtering was performed and its filtering criteria was based on the findings at previous researches. As a result, at 100m above ground level, absolute LiDAR error rate with absolute inclined angle showed 4.58~13.40% and 0.77 of the coefficients of determination, R². That with turbulence intensity showed 3.58~23.94% and 0.93 of R² while that with power law exponent showed 4.71~9.53% and 0.41 of R². Therefore, it was confirmed that the LiDAR measurement error was highly affected by inclined angle and turbulence intensity, while that did not much depend on power law exponent.