The Gyerim is a small woodland in Gyeongju National Park, Gyeongju, South Korea. The grove lies near the old site of the Silla kingdom palace in central Gyeongju. Nearby landmarks include the Banwolseong fortress, Cheomseongdae, the Gyeongju National Museum, and the Royal Tombs Complex. Being considered a holy place, a monument commemorating the birth legend of Kim Alji was built in 1803 the Joseon dynasty. Gyerim has been designated as historical landmark #19 from the Korean government since January, 1963. The grounds cover 7,300㎡ and has a dense forest of old oak, ash, zelkova, willow, Korean lespedeza, scarlet maple and locust trees.