The Learning-With-Errors (LWE) problem (and its variants including Ring-LWE and Module-LWE), whose security are based on hard ideal lattice problems, has proven to be a promising primitive with diverse applications in cryptography. For the sake of expanding sources for constructing LWE, we study the LWE problem on group rings in this work. One can regard the Ring-LWE on cyclotomic integers as a special case when the underlying group is cyclic, while our proposal utilizes non-commutative groups. In particular, we show how to build public key encryption schemes from dihedral group rings, while maintaining the efficiency of the Ring-LWE. We prove that the PKC system is semantically secure, by providing a reduction from the SIVP problem of group ring ideal lattice to the decisional group ring LWE problem. It turns out that irreducible representations of groups play important roles here. We believe that the introduction of the representation view point enriches the tool set for studying the Ring-LWE problem.