Sdach Korn also known as Srei Chettha II (Khmer: ស្ដេចកន or ព្រះស្រីជេដ្ឋាទី២) or Srei Chetha Thireach Reameathiptei (Khmer: ស្រីជេដ្ឋាធិរាជរាមាធិបតី) was King of Cambodia from 1512 to 1521. Korn dethroned the King and attempted to establish a new dynasty. Little is known about Korn as evidence from the 15th and 16th Centuries in Cambodia is sparse.
The site was the former capital of the pre-Angkorian period. It was also re-elected to the capital in the 16th century during the reign of King Korn (also known as King Srei Chetha Thireach Reameathiptei). It was then called Srolop Pichey Bateay Prey Nokor, and later for a short time, “Banteay Prey Nokor” up to now.
The historical cultural site of Sdach Korn is located in Nokor Knong Village, Doung Tey Commune, Ponhea Krek District, Tboung Khmum Province, 16.5km from Tboung Khmum town on National Road 7.
This Resort has a square wall around 2,500 square meters per square. In the 16th century, King Korn built a monastery, a monastery in the fort, and built a monastery, and he built a black gold Buddha with 12 columns, 20 feet high, and placed in the temple.