Don't know if this is legit, but here is what is on the Korean site:
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I've owned several of the EOS-1 series of cameras, starting in 1989 with the first version of the "1", I upgraded to the 1n in '94, and the 1V in '96. I still have two of the 1V bodies and the 1n, they have served me well and occasionally get some Fujichrome, Provia, 100F run through them. What is sad, is that I still have half a brick of Kodachrome 64 in my freezer! I guess I'll keep it until it has some collector value? Ha!
I waited to go digital until the 5D was released. Two years later, I purchased a 5DII, followed shortly by a couple of 1D4 bodies. Since November of 2012, I have used my 1DX almost exclusively. However, I will also grab my 1D4 if I'm going to shoot wildlife and want the 1.3 crop factor.
I couldn't be happier with the EOS-1 series of cameras, although it's hard to believe it's been 25 years since I bought my first one!
It will be interesting (and probably expensive for me!) to see what features/specifications the next version will have!
I'm still a 1D (X) newbie - just about 3 months now - but it would seem that you've been a Canon user as long as I have been alive, having been born in the year mentioned under your name