Citation #1. Key-Hiuk Kim, Chapter 9: “Conclusion: Toward an International Order in East Asia,” 328-351. In The Last Phase of the East Asian World Order: Korea, Japan, and the Chinese Empire, 1860-1882.
Citation #2. Chai-sik Chung, “Changing Korean Perceptions of Japan on the Eve of Modern Transformation: The Case of Neo-Confucian Yangban Intellectuals,” Korean Studies 19 (1995): 39-50.
Citation #3. Andre Schmid, “Decentering the Middle Kingdom and Realigning the East,” in Korea Between Empires, pp. 55-100.
Yi Ki-Baek, A New History of Korea (Harvard University Press, 1984), 209-217.
Bibliographic Forms examples based on Chicago style from Teaching and Writing Center at your department: http://clas.uiowa.edu/history/teaching-and-writing-center/style-and-citation/bibliographic-forms